January 28, 2015
When Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011, it was quite ironic that the co-inventor of the personal computer and developer of the iPhone and other high tech devices which made accessing information on the internet so easy that anyone could do it probably had no idea of the ground breaking medical treatments that Robert F. Cathcart III M.D was doing as an Orthomolecular physician with intravenous injections of ascorbic acid (vitamin C).
80 years ago a similar event occurred between 32nd President of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Claus Washington Jungeblut M.D; (Chapter 2). It was very unfortunate that a “great” healer like Robert F. Cathcart M.D; had to die before Steve Jobs on October 17, 2007.
Steve Jobs worked at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, CA. and Dr. Cathcart’s practice was located in Los Altos, CA. These two individuals places of work were 7.5 miles apart from each other in “Silicon Valley” (Santa Clara Valley) the birth place of the semi-conductor industry where communication and information (slogan “knowledge is power”) is considered a valuable commodity.
It’s ironic that an individual like Steve Jobs who will be forever tied to the information revolution did not know of Dr. Cathcart’s medical reputation. What makes matters even stranger is that Dr. Cathcart practiced orthomolecular medicine almost in Steve Jobs backyard. Steve Jobs home residence was known to be in Palo Alto. CA, only a meager 5 miles from Dr. Cathcart’s clinic.
Since orthomolecular medicine does not get the publicity like conventional medicine, it is likely that Steve Jobs knew nothing of Dr. Cathcart. Also, since Steve Jobs was a high profile individual, it would be reasonable to assume that Dr. Cathcart knew of Apple’s Founder and CEO Steve Jobs. This is conjecture of course, but in 2003 when Steve Jobs was diagnosed with a rare form of pancreatic cancer if he would have known of the outstanding reputation that Dr. Cathcart had within the Orthomolecular community before Dr. Cathcart died in 2007 and had consulted him, perhaps Steve Jobs might still be alive.
It is absolutely mind boggling that Steve Jobs knew at best very little or nothing at all of the efficacy of Orthomolecular medicine and the great successes that Dr. Cathcart was having with optimal doses of ascorbic acid in his own backyard. If Steve Jobs only knew that the NIH (National Institutes of Health) along with other laboratory and clinical studies have repeatedly demonstrated when high intravenous doses of ascorbic acid are maintained in the blood plasma the high concentrations of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is enough to selectively kill tumor cells without injuring the surrounding healthy cells.
It doesn’t matter how easy it is to access information on the internet as long as Big Pharma continues to control public perception of how medicine should be practiced in the United States. In reality the personal computer has not really leveled the playing field with regards to easily accessing the truth; it has only made it a little easier for those individuals who want to dig for the truth. Even with Steve Jobs great technical knowledge he was held captive to misinformation when it came to his own health.
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