Vitamin C intravenous

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Vitamin C intravenous

by Too_Young on Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:00 AM

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After nearly two years of having chemo with no success I started having intravenous high dose of Vitamin C and B17. Since starting this treatment my CA125 has dropped and continues to do so and I am in much better health compared to when I was going through chemo. Since western medicine no longer has a cure for me I thought what have i got to lose ! 

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm

Kathy Seiffert 

 

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by Mattlock on Mon Sep 15, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi Kathy,

I'm so glad you found the Vit. C therapy and B17. I feel these treatments extremely better than the toxic alternative of chemo.  Chemo does enough damage to an immune system which is all we have to seek out and kill cancer cells.  It's never ever made sense to me why western medicine thinks wiping out the only thing our bodies have to fight cancer, our immune system, is a good thing.  In fact, it's almost always the reason we become suseptible to cancer is due to a weak immune system-due to stress, toxicity, or defeciency.  Vit. C also is an incredible pain reducer as well and helps rid the body of inflammation as well as creates collagen and higher levels of glutathione in our bodies- everything we in order to battle cancer.   So good for you girl!! 

 

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by Mattlock on Mon Sep 15, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 8/28/2008 Too Young wrote:

After nearly two years of having chemo with no success I started having intravenous high dose of Vitamin C and B17. Since starting this treatment my CA125 has dropped and continues to do so and I am in much better health compared to when I was going through chemo. Since western medicine no longer has a cure for me I thought what have i got to lose ! 

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm

Kathy Seiffert 

 

Oh, and I just read the studies.  It's about time they acknowledge Vit. C as a valid therapy.  I know Linus Pauling and many before him did as well.  (the difference is Pauling believed that 4g a day + up to bowel tollerance was theraputic. What I'm not surprised at is how the study's author or reporter  also let it be known oral therapy may not work, and granted, they did explain why. But this makes me think that again, they want to keep the therapy out of laymans (our) hands in order to still stay in the profit margins with their  "discovery."  I'm sorry i'm so cynical, but i've seen first hand the manipulations just to keep the power and money close.  I'm leary of the American Cancer Society as well.  It was them who stated there is a war on cancer and when they find the cure they'll close their doors.  I don't know who would ever want the means of financial support to be yanked out from under them, so I don't understand where the ACS would have the incentive to expose the cure even if they had found it.  Again, sorry for the cynicism.

This is why when I used Vit. C as a therapy to rid myself of a late stage cancer, I incorporated DMSO, a solvent, with it.  DMSO allows the vit. c to get directly into the cells so it can do its thing.  I love both of these remedies.

 

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by Too_Young on Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 9/15/2008 Mattlock wrote:

Hi Kathy,

I'm so glad you found the Vit. C therapy and B17. I feel these treatments extremely better than the toxic alternative of chemo.  Chemo does enough damage to an immune system which is all we have to seek out and kill cancer cells.  It's never ever made sense to me why western medicine thinks wiping out the only thing our bodies have to fight cancer, our immune system, is a good thing.  In fact, it's almost always the reason we become suseptible to cancer is due to a weak immune system-due to stress, toxicity, or defeciency.  Vit. C also is an incredible pain reducer as well and helps rid the body of inflammation as well as creates collagen and higher levels of glutathione in our bodies- everything we in order to battle cancer.   So good for you girl!! 

 


Cheers Mattlock

I am thankful that there are some people out there who are willing to think outside the square. I have had many people tell me that I was stupid to stop chemo ... what was the point in going on as the chemo was killing me not the cancer. I am hoping that a lot more people realise the that alternate ( naturally healthy as I say ) is something to look into. I only found all of this out after I had brutalized my body for 18 months with chemo. I now have many more problems that the chemo has caused and I know I will be a long way off from rebuilding my immune system again. The Vitamin C and B17 is helping me and if it helps someone I will be even more happier :)

Kathy

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by Caren on Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 8/28/2008 Too Young wrote:

After nearly two years of having chemo with no success I started having intravenous high dose of Vitamin C and B17. Since starting this treatment my CA125 has dropped and continues to do so and I am in much better health compared to when I was going through chemo. Since western medicine no longer has a cure for me I thought what have i got to lose ! 

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm

Kathy Seiffert 

 


How do you find out more about the vitamin C and B17 intravenous option?  Who does this?  My mother is in San Francisco, CA.

Thank you,

Chopps

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by Shemay on Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hi Caren I have not had any personal experience with B17 other than to take dried apricots pits everyday but I have had good success with Intravenous Vitamin C treatments and I can suggest some informative links on that treatment for you to research. I'll attach them at the end of this message. I also have several links to directories for doctors, naturopaths and homeopaths who offer a variety of alternative protocols, ......... http://www.cancure.org/home.htm ..................... http://www.dmoz.org/Health/Alternative/Naturopathy/Practitio ...................Canada http://www.cand.ca/index.php?L=0 .......................... _______________________________________________________________ There is an oral form of vitamin C called Lypo-Spheric which is said to be as effective as a 50gram intravenous infusion. My doctor recommends this for all of his cancer patients even when they are taking the IV treatment. Here is a link to a four part video of a presentation given by Dr. Thomas Levy to the Annual Cancer Convention....excellent information given here. The first video on the link is about another subject but it is still good to know information re some harmful breakfast cereal ingredients........ http://www.tomlevymd.com/video/video.html ................http://www.medpagetoday.com/HematologyOncology/OtherCancers/ .................... http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/30584.php .......... http://www.alternativehealth.co.nz/cancer/vitamins/vitc.htm ............... http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v01n09.shtml ......... http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/070910132848.ht ........... http://www.doctoryourself.com/riordan1.html _____________________________________________________________ Hope you find the information helpful. Please pass along my good thoughts to your Mom. I wish her all the best. How do you find out more about the vitamin C and B17 intravenous option? Who does this? My mother is in San Francisco, CA. Thank you, Chopps

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by Caren on Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 10/8/2008 Shemay wrote:

Hi Caren I have not had any personal experience with B17 other than to take dried apricots pits everyday but I have had good success with Intravenous Vitamin C treatments and I can suggest some informative links on that treatment for you to research. I'll attach them at the end of this message. I also have several links to directories for doctors, naturopaths and homeopaths who offer a variety of alternative protocols, ......... http://www.cancure.org/home.htm ..................... http://www.dmoz.org/Health/Alternative/Naturopathy/Practitio ...................Canada http://www.cand.ca/index.php?L=0 .......................... _______________________________________________________________ There is an oral form of vitamin C called Lypo-Spheric which is said to be as effective as a 50gram intravenous infusion. My doctor recommends this for all of his cancer patients even when they are taking the IV treatment. Here is a link to a four part video of a presentation given by Dr. Thomas Levy to the Annual Cancer Convention....excellent information given here. The first video on the link is about another subject but it is still good to know information re some harmful breakfast cereal ingredients........ http://www.tomlevymd.com/video/video.html ................http://www.medpagetoday.com/HematologyOncology/OtherCancers/ .................... http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/30584.php .......... http://www.alternativehealth.co.nz/cancer/vitamins/vitc.htm ............... http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v01n09.shtml ......... http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/070910132848.ht ........... http://www.doctoryourself.com/riordan1.html _____________________________________________________________ Hope you find the information helpful. Please pass along my good thoughts to your Mom. I wish her all the best. How do you find out more about the vitamin C and B17 intravenous option? Who does this? My mother is in San Francisco, CA. Thank you, Chopps

Thank you so much!  I do believe this is the route we will need to go.

After reading the post op report and pathology report and discussing with a friend of mine who is an oncologist, my mothers cancer is extensive.  They had to suboptimally debulk leaving the uterus and cervix because of the extent of the cancer and they would have left her with extensive wounds and a colostomy had they removed.  With that said, she must rely on the chemo and has a high grade cancer.  If the cancer is not sensative to it, then the prognosis is not good.  I want to be proactive and know what options she has available so we can make educated decisions and do our best to assist her in stopping the cancer growth.  We meet with the oconolgist Friday.  I do not believe my mother has any idea of the extent of the cancer at this point.  Thank you for your thoughts and my good thoughts are with you as well.  Chopps

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by frog1 on Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 8/28/2008 Too Young wrote:

After nearly two years of having chemo with no success I started having intravenous high dose of Vitamin C and B17. Since starting this treatment my CA125 has dropped and continues to do so and I am in much better health compared to when I was going through chemo. Since western medicine no longer has a cure for me I thought what have i got to lose ! 

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm

Kathy Seiffert 

 


wow I thought my parents were crazy when they told me about these alternative treatments! I am also taking B 17 (latrile) with the high dose vitamin c. I just started this treatment 2 months ago and I'm wondering if I have made the right decision to stop taking the interlukin-2 treatments at m.d. anderson. I am also taking localized hyperthermia as well as extreme full body hyperthermia where they get your temperature up to 107 degrees. I have heard of a doctor in spain that treats tumors with baking soda and peroxide if anyone knows anything about this doctor or any other treatments I would really be thankful for a reply. thank you and GOD BLESS!

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by Yolie on Tue Feb 24, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 10/8/2008 Caren wrote:

 

On 8/28/2008 Too Young wrote:

After nearly two years of having chemo with no success I started having intravenous high dose of Vitamin C and B17. Since starting this treatment my CA125 has dropped and continues to do so and I am in much better health compared to when I was going through chemo. Since western medicine no longer has a cure for me I thought what have i got to lose ! 

http://www.nih.gov/news/health/aug2008/niddk-04.htm

Kathy Seiffert 

 


How do you find out more about the vitamin C and B17 intravenous option?  Who does this?  My mother is in San Francisco, CA.

Thank you,

Chopps


 

Hi Kathy,

 Can you tell me what dose do you take of the Vitamin C and B17?

Thank you,

Yolie

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by mastergreener on Thu Nov 08, 2012 11:29 AM

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Anyone else have stories of success OR failure using High Dose Vitamin C via IV?

Thanks

Karl

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