Does Coronavirus have a soft “underbelly” leaving it vulnerable to a simple treatment? Dr. Robert Rowen, MD

Does Coronavirus have a soft “underbelly” leaving it vulnerable to a simple treatment? Dr. Robert Rowen, MD

For prevention, my office recommends home use of ozone and other home oxidative therapy possibilities exist such as food grade hydrogen peroxide. We have our patients do home therapy for prevention and treatment. Those who are ill will likely do better with blood therapy.

I have published several medical papers which detail much of the above, and clinical cases of ozone therapy successes. Ozone therapy, if recognized by mainstream medicine, would reset the medical paradigm to a model based more on real healing than disease maintenance with pharmaceuticals.

My confidence in the power of oxidative therapy against viral infections is so high, that I traveled with Howard Robins, DPM to Sierra Leone in 2014 during the Western African Ebola virus epidemic to teach and heal. We managed to get to 5 cases of Ebola, two in physicians, one in the female partner of a physician who had just died of Ebola, and two exposed aides.

Healing Ebola with ozone in Sierra Leone
All those we treated survived without any deterioration after ozone therapy began, and they did not experience any post Ebola complications. That epidemic killed 60% of its victims and affected 70% or more of survivors with complications. The key to healing them – direct administration of oxygen/ozone gas intravenously (DIV), 20 cc at 55 mcg/cc ozone over several minutes. The cost of the ozone and materials? Virtually nothing.

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