Dr. Rath Research Institute
October 21, 2021
Kiev, Ukraine / San Jose, California. Specific combinations of micronutrients, i.e. plant-derived natural compounds, are able to inhibit all known pathways of coronavirus infection, including the binding and multiplication of any mutations of the virus in the human cells serving as its key entry doors. Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki, head of the Dr. Rath Research Institute based in San Jose, California, presented this landmark health information at an international scientific conference organized by the Academy of Medical Sciences in Kiev and the Marzieiev State Institute for Public Health in Ukraine.
This scientific advance comes at a time when global vaccine strategies are facing limitations due to the rapidly mutating coronavirus, and increasing safety concerns in connection with mandatory vaccination policies, including for children.
The invitation for Dr. Niedzwiecki to present this highly relevant information at the Kiev conference reflects the responsibility of its scientific and medical organizers to broaden the scope of science-based approaches to the Covid-19 pandemic to include effective natural therapies. The natural health strategies presented by Dr. Niedzwiecki can be implemented as long-term public health policies anywhere in the world and would clearly enjoy unprecedented acceptance and support from the general public.
The international scope of the conference was underlined by the fact that in addition to doctors and scientists from Ukraine, there was a broad international participation with scientific contributions from Austria, Japan, and Belarus. The World Health Organization (WHO) was represented by Francesca Racioppi, head of the WHO European Centre for Environment and Health. Information regarding micronutrients as effective actions or alternatives to conventional vaccination strategies has therefore reached an international audience.
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