- The Facts:The FBI recently raided the practice of Dr. Charles Mok, the owner of Allure Medical Spa. At his facility, he was treating COVID-19 patients with intravenous vitamin C. He has also been charged with health-care fraud.
- Reflect On:Why has the FBI raided Dr. Mok, but not New York Hospitals for using vitamin C? Why are healthcare workers in China being recommended to take vitamin C in China is there is no validity behind it? What is really going on here?
What’s going on with Vitamin C as a possible way to prevent and even treat COVID-19? The idea is being touted as ‘fake news’ with no scientific backing at all, in North America at least. Right now, the idea is being heavily ridiculed everywhere you look within mainstream media. The latest news comes from Detroit, Michigan, where the FBI recently raided the practice of Dr. Charles Mok, the owner of Allure Medical Spa. At his facility, he was treating COVID-19 patients with intravenous vitamin C.
One week ago he explained to FOX 2 how his Vitamin C infusions were supposedly helping COVID-19 patients.
“I’m mostly seeing people that are mild to moderate illness and they turn around pretty quick usually after one or two doses they are remarkably better,” Mok said. “We are giving them more of an immune booster, an intravenous high dose Vitamin C, we are also using things like Zinc and Glutathione and a B complex.”