For decades, nutritionally savvy doctors have suggested that chronic
diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, and cancer are now common
because we have too low an intake of vitamin C. These physicians have
made astounding claims for the effectiveness of vitamin C against these
However, conventional medicine has ignored such clinical reports, or
explained them away as wishful thinking or the placebo effect. Could
this be because there are little, if any, profits to be made from
nutritional cures compared with those from drugs and related treatments?
In Vitamin C: The Real Story authors Steve Hickey, Ph.D., and Andrew W.
Saul, Ph.D., reveal the controversy behind this miracle.