Pharmaceutical drugs kill tens of thousands of people by their adverse effects. On the other hand, Vitamin C has a long history in curing a huge number of sick people without killing anyone. We can call it a true panacea. We have a duty to tell the facts to the public, and this movie will serve as a missionary to tell the valuable story.Dr. Atsuo Yanagisawa (MD, PhD),
This is an exciting project that will help the world understand the fundamental role of Vitamin C in human health.Brian Riordan,
Monaam Kraïem, a young Frenchman of Tunisian origin, is the author of the film. He is not a doctor but on the basis of this lived experience, he decides to share the fruits of his investigation on the subject in this documentary movie.
Tuberculosis, known as TB, is an infectious disease that affects the lungs. When Monaam, the author, came to me, I decided to use this intravenous Vitamin C protocol despite the fact that no other doctor accepted. In 5 weeks, she was relieved. I fully support this movie. This is a unique project and opportunity to show the world the fundamental role of Vitamin C in health.Dr. Ilyès Baghli,
The film begins with a personal testimony that will gradually unfold, until we get to the final outcome: the healing of Sourour, a young 30-year old Tunisian woman.
In parallel, scientific elements come to link up with this story : interviews with doctors and eminent specialists in orthomolecular medicine around the world.
Double Nobel Prize Linus Pauling devoted 40 years of his life to studying and working on vitamin C. He became the precursor of “orthomolecular medicine” (see Wikipedia entry), a name he coined in 1968 to refer to a form of medicine able to cure people thanks to natural molecules that are known by the organism.
Eminent doctors and scientists from the whole world built on the work of LINUS PAULING. To them, there is not the shred of a doubt : Vitamin C should be at the heart of public health systems. Unfortunately, health organisations don’t seem to be very interested in the preventive and curative potential of vitamin C.
A great section of the medical profession always tends to refute these studies, most of the time out of ignorance about the real properties of this molecule. It is true that pharmacy and medicine faculties do not offer any specific tuition on this subject.