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A Novel Approach to Treating COVID-19 Using Nutritional and Oxidative Therapies

  title={A Novel Approach to Treating COVID-19 Using Nutritional and Oxidative Therapies},
  author={David G. Brownstein and Richard Ng and Robert Jay Rowen and J. D. Drummond and Taylor Eason and H S Brownstein and Jessica Brownstein},
Objective: This report is a case series of consecutive patients diagnosed with COVID-19 treated with a nutritional and oxidative medical approach. We describe the treatment program and report the response of the 107 COVID-19 patients. Study Design: Observational case series consecutive. Setting: A family practice office in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. Patients: All patients seen in the office from February through May 2020 diagnosed with COVID-19 were included in the study. COVID-19 was… 

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