Using medical ozone therapy 16 years ago, Dr. Roman successfully treated a cat with an earlier form of coronavirus. (See her article “Ozone therapy: An efficient and cost-effective treatment for infections in animal patients,” Innovative Veterinary Care, volume 11, issue 1.) Ozone therapy effectively has been shown to reduce inflammation, at least in part, through the reduction of pro-inflammatory cytokines and activation of an anti-inflammatory cytokine. Ozone is a complementary therapy applied successfully for many years in the treatment of circulatory disorders, cancer, inflammatory diseases and various metabolic diseases. For additional information, see the Public Health section at drfoxonehealth.com.