Vitamin C research booming, 'emerging evidence' promising - ThePress
|Vitamin C research booming, 'emerging evidence' promising - ThePress||Darrell Miller||04/12/19|
April 12, 2019 04:02 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Vitamin C research booming, 'emerging evidence' promising - ThePress
Researchers from around the world will convene in Australia, sharing the newest research on Vitamin C. Controversy precedes the gathering, with opposing claims on vitamin C’s effectiveness in treating cancer. This debate harkens back to research conducted in the 1970’s, but the results of recent trial might sway naysayers; it reported an 80% mortality reduction rate for those suffering from sepsis. Supporters from University of Otago claim that vitamin C’s hype has been largely ignored in the past, but more and more studies garner its support. Opposition from the same school submit the gathering evidence is substantial, but more research must be conducted.
- Vitamin C has potential impact on the treatment of serious illnesses such as cancer.
- Vitamin C research has been conducted to test the effects it has on sepsis.
- Vitamin C used to be considered alternative medicine, but science is changing the way doctors view it.
"Alongside traditional treatments, patients with septic shock are being given intravenous doses of vitamin C, totalling about 7g a day."
Read more: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/110559685/vitamin-c-research-booming-emerging-evidence-promising