My name is István Grabner, I was born in Buenos Aires in 1987. In 2013 I graduated as a pharmacist from the University of Buenos Aires, and seeing the hypnotizing influence of the pharmaceutical industry on patients and doctors in their decision making, I started my medical studies at the University CEMIC of Argentina in 2014, in order to offer "something different" to my patients upon graduation.
In 2020, during the COVID epidemic (I was working as a pharmacist in the hospital where the first patient with COVID passed away in Argentina), I was introduced to a molecule called chlorine dioxide and its many applications and I was very surprised to learn that many healthcare workers had already known about its benficial effects, administering it secretly to their patients. Consequently, I wrote my undergraduate thesis on the effects of intravenous chlorine dioxide in rats.
Finally, the 11th of February 2022, the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes and the World Day of the Sick, I successfully graduated.