PAULING, SZENT-GYORGYI, VITAMIN C AND ME

Dima Klenchin klenchin at macc.wisc.edu
Sun May 5 17:55:18 EST 1996


In article <Pine.A32.3.93.960505082737.8841A-100000 at itsa.ucsf.edu>,
   Bert Gold <bgold at itsa.ucsf.edu> wrote:

Newsgroups: 
>bionet.general,bionet.biology.cardiovascular,bionet.cellbiol,bionet.glycosci,bi
>onet.biophysics,bionet.molbio.ageing,bionet.molbio.proteins,bionet.neuroscience
>,sci.med,sci.research.careers,talk.politics,talk.politics.medicine

>My hope in writing this is that our children will not suffer
>because of the lack of wisdom of their leaders in
>making decision about what to and what not to study.

Judging by the number of newsgroups crossposted, Bert Gold fully qualifies
as spammer... 
		:-)) Just kidding

Seriously: Dr. Gold has obviously very strong opinion on the subject. The
Q: is it really confirmed by research, or the current state of affair
is simply that kilogram amounts of ascorbic acid don't hurt (apparently)?

- Dima





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