Written on the 10 July 2016 by YSCP
We know that cancer can be beaten, yet so many are still victims of this dread disease.
Studies in the 1970s and 1980s conducted by Linus Pauling, Ewan Cameron, and colleagues, suggested that very large doses of vitamin C infused intravenously for 10 days, followed by at least 10 grams/day orally indefinitely, were helpful in increasing the survival time and improving the quality of life of terminal cancer patients. Compared to orally administered vitamin C, intravenous vitamin C can result in 30 to 70-fold higher plasma levels of vitamin C. Currently, results from controlled clinical trials indicate that intravenous vitamin C is generally safe and well tolerated in cancer patients.Contact us for more information. It may just make a difference.