Glutathione again.

I went in to the doctor’s office for another glutathione IV treatment. I miscalculated how many glutathione bottles I have left. I actually have three more vials of 2000mg of glutathione. Each vial has 2000 mg in it not 1000 mg. So far it doesn’t seem to have done anything postive or negative. There were two Lyme disease stricken patients getting IV’s of vitamin C while I was in the doctor’s office. There are always a bunch of people in the office sitting in lounge chairs getting IV’s. The one lady said she thinks she has kidney damage from taking Levaquin for her Lyme disease. I gave them both a bunch of quinolone literature. They were shocked like most people are when the read quinolone toxicity literature. I will do the remaining glutathione treatments by the end of April or early May. I try and space them out by a week or two. The IV of glutathione only takes about 20 minutes and is pretty painless. 

When I got home I had a message from a Health and Medicine reporter from a national news organization. My parents are helping me mail Quinolone toxicity media packets out.The lady that called me told me she took Levaquin many years ago and had to have her achilles tendon repaired. It is unbelievable and quite a coincidence that she is a reporter for a major news organization and has been floxed. She told me she will definitely do a story on this. She wanted to know how many people died taking Levaquin. I told her I didn’t know and just gave her the information from the FDA under the Freedom of Information Act. I am going to send her another packet of information. I bought her some Hershey Chocolate to mail to her since I am from Hershey. Maybe that will help get her on my good side to really make this a big story. Unfortunately she told me she is swamped with doing stories on the Obama health care situation but at least she promised me she will do a media piece after that. It always helps when a reporter is personally affected by the drug. I think I am going to buy a bunch of premium Hershey chocolate to send out with all my Quinolone toxicity media packets. I need to think “outside the box” a little and do whatever it takes to get national media stories on Levaquin, Cipro, and Avelox. If the media does stories than maybe more doctors will realize what is going on and not prescribe these antibiotics as a first line treatment. I wish I wasn’t so poisoned by Levaquin. I would be doing a lot more quinolone advocacy efforts if I were healthier.

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