Adjust font size:
        

Site Search

The Hunger Project Bolen Report
Ohm Society
Untitled

Questions for Dr. Kennedy
Welcome to Ask Dr. Kennedy. We encourage you to post your comments and questions here. We look forward to challenging questions as they are an education for us as well as for you. Please consider the following guidelines when posting:

Ask Dr. Kennedy is an educational service. Any medical advice on which you act should come directly from your personal physician.
Mention of any commercial products for sale will be removed.
Do not enter your title or message in ALL CAPS. If you do so, it will be removed.
Take care for your spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization.
 
Ozone Therapy
Posted by: Per
Date: March 10, 2006 9:07 PM

I am presently taking ozone therapy by removal of blood, which gets ozone and then reinjected into the vein. So far I have got 4 treatments and estimate 10 treatments all together. I am 70 years old. I am also taking NAC medication for mucus in the bronchi and respiration track. I have now just read an article in "Science Daily"
[www.sciencedaily.com]
without being able to conclude if there is any reason to stop NAC while doing Peroxide, (Ozone) treatment due to a possible counteracting of NAC to Peroxide, or maybe stop totally the Peroxide treatment as it may make an oxidative stress in the brain that may lead to Alzheimer/Parkinsons.

RE: Ozone Therapy
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: March 13, 2006 10:37 AM

Your doctor should be the one to advise you on this and I am wondering why you are asking me, but since you did I have to say that I know of no contraindication between this type of therapy and N-acetylcysteine. If someone has discovered and proven something -anything - to lead to Alzheimer's or Parkinson's it would be a first and would be a terrific breakthrough. Otherwise, it sounds like another scare tactic of mainstream medicine. Finally, your doctor must be the one to have the final word on this issue.



This Thread has been closed

 




health healing information, physician medical library medical informaion, health, healing, advertising
(386 words)