Intravenous Vitamin C Editorials

Intravenous vitamin C for cancer treatment has contraversal and emotional past. The following articles are good place to start to lear about intravenous vitamin C for cancer cure. They are written by other people and give good introduction to the story:

1. Dr. Drisko - IVC Summary at Kansas University Hospital:
3. Drisko (2004) article (letter to the friends) VITAMIN C AND CANCER: NEW DEVELOPMENTS

Intravenous Vitamin C Safety with Chemotherapy and Radiation

This is important topic for those who still want to have a choice of the conventional medicine. But definitely - the more options - the better. choice of the conventional medicine.

1. Phase II trial - (2005/09-2010/12) - (size: 50 people) The study subjects will be treated with antioxidants added to their usual oncologic care for 12 months. (IV Vitamin C given 2-3 times a week)
2. The study began in 2002 and enrolled its last patient in 2005. Women in the trial were given doses of vitamin C intravenously twice a week while also undergoing conventional chemotherapy treatment. Drisko declined to discuss the results until the trial is complete, but she said the therapy is safe.
3. Neil H. Riordan: "Many people who come to our clinic are taking chemotherapy and/or radiation. We find that people tolerate these standard treatments much better when they also get high dose vitamin C".
4. Neil Riordan - (2006). The Center in Wichita has given many thousands of intravenous vitamin C infusions without any serious side effects. My clinic in the Bahamas has been using IVC in combination with personalized cancer vaccines for years without serious side effects.
5. Dr. Glenn Rothfeld, (Featured on CBS/WBZ) an Arlington physician offers his patients intravenous Vitamin C, usually in combination with traditional treatments.
6. Dr. Julian Kenyon (London) - "The main downside is that if we are working with patients who have fluid accumulation in the chest, say from a lung cancer, or in the abdomen, say from ovarian cancer, then the fluid load that these intravenous infusions involve can make the situation worse. So in those patients we choose other safe options to kill cancer cells.. The only side effect we see in this treatment is tiredness due to tumour cell death, as well as increased fluid accumulation in particular groups of patients, as mentioned above."

7. "Intravenous vitamin C is typically used with patient while on chemotherapy and radiation.
8. Relevant publications (recommended by Dr. Drisko) - still need to review.

[CHEMO] The use of antioxidant therapies during chemotherapy [CHEMO] The Use of Antioxidants with First-Line Chemotherapy in Two Cases of Ovarian Cancer [CHEMO] Antioxidants and other nutrients do not interfere with chemotherapy or radiation therapy and can increase kill and increase survival, part 1 [CHEMO] Antioxidants and other nutrients do not interfere with chemotherapy or radiation therapy and can increase kill and increase survival, part 2 Intravenous Ascorbate as a Chemotherapeutic and Biologic Response Modifying Agent Intravenous Ascorbate as a Tumor Cytotoxic Chemotherapeutic Agent Vitamin C Pharmacokinetics: Implications for Oral and Intravenous Use Case from the Center: Intravenous Vitamin C in a Terminal Cancer Patient Reevaluation of Ascorbate in Cancer Treatment: Emerging Evidence, Open Minds and Serendipity

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