Dr. Thomas E. Levy
Dr. Levy Steps in to save dying man in coma.
In the video he introduces the patient who survived. Dr Levy explains the legal argument he used. In short, the doctors were obligated to try everything possible to save the man's life, nothin had worked and they wanted to pull the plug. Dr Levy came in and said they did not try everything possible as they did not use the Intravenous C Protocol.
Under this legal argument the patient was entitled to have an IV C treatment. Case details below.
Vitamin C Saves Man Dying of Viral Pneumonia
Allan Smith, a New Zealand Dairy farmer, contracted Swine Flu while away on vacation in Fiji. When he returned home, the flu quickly evolved into severe pneumonia which left him in a coma on Life Support in the Intensive Care Unit. Chest Xrays showed the lungs were completely filled with fluid with an “opaque” appearance called “white out”. After three weeks of this, Allan’s doctors asked the family permission to turn off the machines and let him die. Allan’s wife Sonia had a brother with some medical knowledge, so he stepped in and said, “you haven’t tried everything, You have got to try high dose IV vitamin C on Allan”. At first, the doctors resisted, saying it was useless. Next, the three sons weighed in with a persuasive argument to try the IV vitamin C, saying there was nothing to lose.
The Doctors were in unanimous agreement that IV Vitamin C would be useless and a waste of time, and that the patient will certainly die. However, one doctor “felt slightly uneasy” with the decision to turn off life support, without first acceding to the family’s wishes, and so they reluctantly agreed to give the IV Vitamin C. Their plan was to give the IV Vitamin C, show it was useless, and then turn off life support.
That day, Allan Smith was given 25 grams of IV Vitamin C in the evening and another 25 grams in the morning. The next day, a CAT scan of the lungs showed improving air flow and a few days later the Chest Xrays showed the lungs were no longer white, indicating air movement. The improvement was dramatic, clear and plain for all to see. However, the doctors denied it was the Vitamin C, and instead, attributed the improvement to “turning patient into a prone position”.
Soon after starting the IV vitamin C, Alan could be taken off ECMO life support, and started breathing on his own. However, unexpectedly, a different physician consultant came in, took over the case and stopped the IV vitamin C. Alan Smith’s condition promptly deteriorated. Allan’s wife, Sonia, called a meeting with this new doctor to no avail. The new doctor rolled his eyes, looked up at the ceiling and uttered, “No More Vitamin C “. Not giving up so easily, the three brothers again weighed in, and demanding the IV vitamin C for dad. The three brothers again used their powers of “persuasion”, and the new doctors reluctantly gave in, restarting the life saving IV vitamin C, but only at low doses of one gram a day. The brothers said, “Mucking about with the Vitamin C showed in his fathers health”. “You had to be thick not to see it.”
Allan’s condition continued to improve and was eventually transferred to a hospital closer to home, still breathing with ventilator assistance. Here, the family had yet another battle with a new doctor who again stopped the IV Vitamin C. This time. the family brought in a lawyer who sent a warning letter to the hospital threatening legal action. The hospital was forced to restart the vitamin C, however, allowing only low dosage. Finally, Allan Smith was able to sit up in bed and take oral liquids. On their own, the family gave dad 6 grams a day of oral vitamin C. This was a highly absorbable form called Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C, from Livon Labs (Dr Thomas Levy).
Dr. Levy presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1kD3BolXnE
Allan smith is introduced briefly in the beginning. Levy goes on to explain biochemistry of ascorbate and the human body in simple terms. He explains how and why what he did worked.
Keep in mind Dr levy is not only a Dr. Levy is a board-certified cardiologist but also a bar-certified attorney. Being a bar-certified attorney means that if he ever lies, he is disbarred and no longer an attorney.
Vitamin C And The Law
A Personal Viewpoint by Thomas E. Levy, M.D., J.D.
(OMNS November 11, 2010
) As a patient, you have the right to any therapy that is not prohibitively expensive, established to be effective, and not prohibitively toxic.
Liposmal Vitamin C
Use Spectrophotometer to test liposome encapsulation.