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Death by sepsis reduced by 87% with progressive vitamin C treatment

Septicemia, or sepsis, is a frighteningly common infection that claims the lives of nearly 700 Americans each day. It occurs when an infection that you already have – for example, in your lungs, urinary tract, or elsewhere – spurs a chain reaction that spreads through your body. When it’s not treated quickly enough, it can result in organ failure and death. With a mortality rate of 30 to 50 percent, it’s been a huge problem in hospitals for years – but all that could be about to change with a little help from Mother Nature.  A groundbreaking vitamin C treatment is showing such remarkable success in reducing sepsis mortality rates that some are branding it an outright miracle.  Read more...



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