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Antiviral Activity of L-Arginine and Extended-release Vitamin C

  title={Antiviral Activity of L-Arginine and Extended-release Vitamin C},
  author={F. Stancioiu},
  • F. Stancioiu
  • Published 2016
  • About eight decades have passed since a serendipitous laboratory breakthrough by Dr. Fleming meant that the scourge of bacterial infections could be treated efficaciously and economically. Since then important advances have been made in treating selected viral infections (especially HIV and hepatitis C chronic infections) but the medical community is still researching a treatment for viral infections as wide-ranging and economical as penicillin was for bacterial infections. Here we describe our… CONTINUE READING
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