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Can Ozone Therapy Combat Ebola?

By    |   Friday, 26 Sep 2014 02:19 PM

Could ozone therapy, an alternative-medicine treatment in use for more than a century, combat Ebola? Howard Robins, M.D., a New York City-based advocate of ozone therapy, is planning to fly to the outbreak zone in West Africa next month to test it against the deadly virus.
 
In an exclusive interview on Newsmax TV’s Meet the Doctors program, to air September 27, Dr. Robins says he believes that ozone therapy can be effective against the Ebola virus that has raged through West Africa.
 
He and two other American doctors have been invited by Kojo Carew, M.D., of Sierra Leone, to fly to Freetown, the country's capital and largest city, on October 16 to train doctors at his Blue Shield Hospital. The hospital has been a treatment center for many Ebola patients. 
 
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The team will bring donated supplies and two ozone-therapy machines that will be used to train hospital staff there how to effectively use them.   

To view a complete report on ozone therapy, and other health news, tune in Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7 and 11 a.m. (E.S.T.) to Newsmax TV's Meet the Doctors program, at NewsmaxTV.com, or DIRECTV Ch. 349 and DISH Ch. 223.

Ozone therapy is an alternative treatment that been used and studied for more than a century as a disinfectant and to fight disease. The therapy involves increasing levels of oxygen to the body to inactivate bacteria, viruses, microbes, and combat other illnesses.

Many alternative practitioners believe it boosts the immune system, which may key to the treatment's disease-fighting properties. .
 
Dr. Robins and other ozone therapists say ozone therapy has been effective in treating rheumatoid arthritis, hepatitis B and C, diabetes, infected wounds, circulation disorders, and infectious diseases. That's why he believes it could be effective in combating Ebola.
 
“We’re planning on a humanitarian medical mission through Rotary International, which, I’m a Rotarian. A friend of mine, Dr. Robert Rowen, an M.D. from San Francisco area and I, along with Dr. Bill Domb, who will be our documentarian, are going to be flying out to Sierra Leone to train the doctors in how to do this,” he says.
 
“We’ve gotten the machines— the ozone machines— donated because you can’t store it, you have to make it. We’re also going to be going to Nigeria and training their doctors there. So between this, and not just the treatment of Ebola, but we want them to treat malaria as well, which takes tens of thousands of lives every year in Africa …. And if it proves to be as effective as we expect, this is going to make international news.”
 
Dr. Robins notes ozone therapy is now being used in more than 50 countries by 45,000 physicians, yet remains an alternative treatment in the U.S.
 
To view a complete report on ozone therapy, and other health news, tune in Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7 and 11 a.m. (E.S.T.) to Newsmax TV’s Meet the Doctors program, at NewsmaxTV.com, or DIRECTV Ch. 349 and DISH Ch. 223.

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