New York hospitals are using vitamin C to treat some coronavirus patients

"Taking large doses of vitamin C tablets would be very unlikely to protect you from COVID-19—unless you were actually vitamin C deficient," Prof. Peter McCaffery told Newsweek.

(Translated) សាស្ត្រាចារ្យ Peter McCaffery បានប្រាប់ Newsweek ថា“ ការលេបថ្នាំគ្រាប់វីតាមីន C ច្រើនពេកនឹងមិនអាចការពារអ្នកពីដាប់ប៊ីយូអាយធីបានទេលុះត្រាតែអ្នកខ្វះវីតាមីនសេ”

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