posted on Oct, 17 2014 @ 02:58 PM
originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: eoyn
I sure hope the best for that littler girl, yes she is younger than my own daughter and son, I can not even think any of my children sick with such
deadly and devastating infectious disease.
Because she diagnosed herself earlier knowing that after taking care of Duncan she developed fever and due to the treatment with the plasma donor she
stands a good change of recuperating.
Hang in there girl.
Yeah I really think the plasma transfusions are the game changer, especially since she received it so early on.. that had to have given her immune
system a major advantage.. I also think, if they aren't already, that they should consider megadosing Ebola patients with vitamin c .. there have been
several studies, even by government that have shown high doses of vitamin c help to kill off viral infections...
Here's one study: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
This study indicates that cold and flu symptoms were reduced by 85% on a regimen of 1000mg of vitamin c administered every hour for the first six
hours, and then three times daily thereafter.
There have been numerous studies that indicate megadosing vitamin c is highly effective in combating all sorts of viral infections.. I wonder if
they've even tried this.. it's even been used in cancer treatment and shown to be helpful.
edit on 10/17/2014 by miniatus because: (no reason