Is a Cure for COVID-19 Already Sold at a Pharmacy Near You? Some Experts Believe So

Around the world, evidence mounts that vitamin D can protect against infection by COVID-19 and ease the virus' symptoms, but the medical establishment isn't convinced. Is it time to think outside the box?

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Smadar Reisfeld
Smadar Reisfeld

“You should publish the article as quickly as possible,” I was advised by Dr. Shaul Lev, who heads the general intensive care unit at Hasharon Hospital in Petah Tikva, and chairman of the Israel Society for Clinical Nutrition, at the conclusion of our interview. “Every week of delay in publishing this information can result in thousands of unnecessary infections, some of them serious and even fatal. It can save lives.”