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Case Cluster of RT-PCR COVID-19 Positive Patients with an Unexpected Benign Clinical Course With Vitamin D, Melatonin, Vitamin C, and Viscum Album
Hancock et al., SSRN, doi:10.2139/ssrn.3779211 (Preprint)
Hancock et al., Case Cluster of RT-PCR COVID-19 Positive Patients with an Unexpected Benign Clinical Course With Vitamin D,.., SSRN, doi:10.2139/ssrn.3779211 (Preprint)
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Case series of 24 COVID-19 patients (12 confirmed PCR+) treated with vitamin D, vitamin C, and melatonin, showing positive outcomes with no patient having worse than a mild case, including 7 high risk patients.
Hancock et al., 9 Feb 2021, preprint, 4 authors.
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Abstract: Vitamin D, Melatonin, Vitamin C, and Viscum Album iew ed Case Cluster of RT-PCR COVID-19 Positive Patients with an Unexpected Benign Clinical Course With Authors: Mark Hancock MD MPH1, Petra Ketterl MD1, Xavier Vinas2, Paul Werthmann MD3,4,5 Institutions: HUMANIZING MEDICINE, 135 Maple Street, Building A, Decatur, GA, US 2 Xavier Viñas Design, Decatur, GA, US 3 Center for Complementary Medicine – University of Freiburg, Faculty of Medicine, University of 4 Institute for Applied Epistemology and Medical Methodology at the University of Witten/Herdecke, Zechenweg 6, D-79111 Freiburg i.Brsg., Germany Department of General and Visceral Surgery, University Hospital Ulm, Ulm, Germany pe 5 er r Freiburg, Breisacherstr. 115B, 79106 Freiburg, Germany ev 1 Corresponding author: Mark Hancock MD MPH, HUMANIZING MEDICINE, 135 Maple Street, Building Pr ep rin tn ot A, Decatur, GA, US, This preprint research paper has not been peer reviewed. Electronic copy available at: Abstract iew ed Background: The SARS-COV-2 global pandemic has been noted to have a differential effect on those exposed depending on risk factors such as age, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Case presentation: We report a case series of 12 confirmed positive patients and 12 presumptive positive patients all of whom had either an entirely asymptomatic or relatively mild clinical course. 2 patients had active cancer, 3 patients were cancer survivors, 1 patient without cancer was 74 years old. All patients were treated early in their disease course with vitamin D loading (50,000iu daily for 3 ev days), 60 to 240mg melatonin, and 2000mg oral vitamin C. The 6 high risk patients and one 59 year old patient were treated with at least 2 intravenous doses of vitamin C. The 2 patients with active cancer received 75 grams of vitamin C (one daily, the other every other day). All of the high risk patients had er r a nearly asymptomatic clinical course and were tested after 10 days and all had a RT PCR for COVID-19 that was negative. The 17 remaining patients also had a relatively benign course though 4 patients (2 in their 20s, 2 in their 50s) received this treatment course later in the course of their illness, these were notably the only patients who had more than a mild sore throat or low grade fever. pe Conclusion: We report these unexpectedly positive clinical outcomes of COVID-19 patients including patients with different risk factors, under supplemental vitamin C and D and melatonin. These supplements have a favorable safety profile and are already being suggested as potentially disease tn ot altering therapies in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Pr ep rin Key Words: COVID-19, Cancer, Vitamin D, Melatonin, Vitamin C This preprint research paper has not been peer reviewed. Electronic copy available at:
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