Detoxing from dogmatic dietitian education and attitudes for a mind wide open
But first, “you must unlearn what you have learned” YODA
An IV vitamin infusion is the administration of vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional-based therapies directly into the bloodstream via an intravascular needle. Historically, it’s been viewed as being everything from a waste of money to outright dangerous. But what if there was evidence for their therapeutic role, specifically vitamin C? Find out how vitamin C has been used and how it might apply to COVID-19.
More about Dr. Paul Anderson
Dr. Anderson MD is a recognized educator and clinician in integrative and naturopathic medicine with a focus on complex infectious, chronic, and oncologic illnesses.
In addition to three decades of clinical experience, he was also head of the interventional arm of a US-NIH funded human research trial using IV Vitamin C and other therapies in cancer patients.
He founded Advanced Medical Therapies in Seattle, Washington, a clinic focusing on the care of patients with cancer and chronic diseases
He is co-author of the Hay House book “Outside the Box Cancer Therapies” with Dr. Mark Stengler as well as a co-author with Jack Canfield in the anthology “Success Breakthroughs” and the upcoming Lioncrest Publishing book “Cancer… Living your Life while you Have it.”.
He is a frequent CME speaker and writer and has extended his educational outreach through his CE website www.ConsultDrAnderson.com – Former positions include professor of Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine at Bastyr University and Chief of IV Services for Bastyr Oncology Research Center.
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