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'''Frederick Robert Klenner''', ([[Oct 22]], [] – [[May 20]], []) was a medical researcher and doctor in general practice in Reidsville, [[North Carolina]]. From the 1940s on, he experimented with the use of vitamin C megadosage as a therapy for a wide range of illnesses. He authored many research papers during his career. He was one of the originators of [[orthomolecular medicine]]. ==Life== Born in [[Pennsylvania]], Klenner attended [[St. Vincent College]] and [[Saint Francis University|St. Francis College]], where he received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in [[biology]]. He graduated with honours and was awarded a teaching fellowship. He was also awarded the college medal for scholastic philosophy. He then took another teaching fellowship in chemistry at [[Catholic University]], where he studied for his doctorate in [[physiology]]. ==Secondary sources== *''Bitter Blood:A True Story of Southern Farmily Pride, Madness and Multiple Murder'', by Jerry Bledsoe. New American Library, Onyx Printing. Apr 1989. 573 pages. ==External links== [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_R._Klenner Wikipedia article on Fred R. Klenner]
Frederick Robert Klenner
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