1) **Information about COVID-19 by Stanford Health Care:**
(….Note: A widely distributed email about COVID-19 that is attributed to a “Stanford Hospital board member” contains inaccurate information. It did not come from Stanford Medicine.)
2) Further to the earlier article re. Vitamin C. I’ve received some feedback saying this is “fake news” and this is worth considering. But also, there is more info about studies being done re. Vit. C and it makes sense that the large drug companies in the USA would not want this to be known. I am just sharing this as information only — not promoting.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Feb 21, 2020
Three Intravenous Vitamin C Research Studies Approved for Treating COVID-19
“OMNS Chinese edition editor Dr. Richard Cheng is reporting from China about the first approved study of 12,000 to 24,000 mg/day of vitamin C by IV. The doctor also specifically calls for immediate use of vitamin C for prevention of coronavirus (COVID-19).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC0SO9KDG7U (2:39 min.)
A second clinical trial of intravenous vitamin C was announced in China on Feb. 13th. In this second study, says Dr. Cheng, “They plan to give 6,000 mg/day and 12,000 mg/day per day for moderate and severe cases. We are also communicating with other hospitals about starting more intravenous vitamin C clinical studies. We would like to see oral vitamin C included in these studies, as the oral forms can be applied to more patients and at home.” Additional information at:
3) From Finland. It is not clear whether this agency has the authority to prevent the use of 5G technology or if it is only providing a recommendation. Regardless, it’s statement is a significant one.
Sitra’s statement on the auction of the 26 GHz band
“In the light of the seriousness and urgency of the climate crisis and the biodiversity crisis, it is important to evaluate the latest research in a comprehensive and multidisciplinary way.
“… digitalisation and the use of technology are also factors that accelerate climate change and reduce biodiversity and therefore need to be addressed. These include the increasing use of energy and natural resources.
So far, little research has been done into 5G technology and its impact on the environment. Some studies have suggested that the 5G network and the frequencies it uses could have adverse effects on the environment, such as humans, plants, animals, insects and microbes . However, scientific evidence on the health and environmental effects of 5G networks is controversial [3, 4].
In its statement, Sitra emphasizes that the latest scientific information on the health, environmental and climate impact of 5G technology should be taken into account when deciding on the 5G network and the frequencies it uses. In the light of the seriousness and urgency of the climate crisis and the biodiversity crisis, Sitra emphasizes the importance of a comprehensive and multidisciplinary assessment of the latest research data. If the necessary research data is not available, it must be obtained before making a decision.
4) Dr. Leland Stillman is a young doctor who has become educated about wireless radiation and is now devoting himself to helping to make the environment, and his patients, healthier through living without cell phones, Wi-Fi, etc. A very sincere, logical statement that I wish every doctor could hear and consider.
The Dangers of Wireless Tech: My Journey from Skepticism to Conviction
And from Dr. Stillman, a summary of a Lancet article about a Chinese report, with his recommendations for dealing with the threat from the corona virus among which is reducing exposure to EMR.
The COVID-19 Special
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston Churchill