I've not searched again. Accidental references to the health advantages of Vitamin C and its inflammation reduction effects have been seen. Note: FWIR, there is an occasional person who is Vitamin C intolerant, and a larger number who need to stick to lower doses.
From: http://cfif.org/v/index.php/commentary/ ... urn-deadly
Both report that hospitals are failing to disclose when medical devices injure or kill patients by spreading cancer cells throughout their body or infecting them with superbugs. Federal regulation requires hospitals and doctors to notify the FDA of these "adverse events" immediately, but the regulation is ignored. "There is limited to no reporting" at some hospitals, says an FDA official. When hospitals stay mum, future patients become the victims.
Even an excellent regulation is useless when not enforced.
If each patient gave their hospital the name of the lawyer who would sue them if there was an adverse event and the hospital didn't report it, would bureaucrats be upset
Patients of the world, enforce!
If ambulance chasers concentrated on this, it might cause hospitals to internally enforce this sensible action
From: http://cfif.org/v/index.php/commentary/ ... an-nothing
It's also worth pointing out that no federal entitlement program has ever been repealed or replaced, or really even weakened.
I can't think of a contrary example, off hand. Can you
Worth Reading: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2 ... 132114.htm