Arizona doctor believes Vitamin C could be game changer in COVID-19 treatment
As healthcare professionals continue to search for remedies and hope for the swift development of a vaccination to fight the virus, there are some physicians who have been using Vitamin C to treat their patients. In the United States - a naturopathic doctor based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Dr. Steven Katz says high doses of vitamin C can be effective, once it is given intravenously. Katz, who often treats patients with pneumonia or bronchitis, told reporters that patients with the virus, when given around six thousand milligrams a day intravenously usually recover quickly. He however warned that those persons who are not fighting flu-like symptoms should not take more than 2-thousand milligrams of vitamin C per day, unless told otherwise by their doctor.