Intravenous Vitamin C

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Intravenous Vitamin C

by harryellery on Wed Jul 11, 2012 01:15 AM

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I have read many claims for the benefits of vitamin C administered intravenously to cancer patients according to the Riorden Protocol, and I know that work has been done by reputable institutions, including the University of Kansas Medical Center among others, but I have so far been unable to dredge up the results of any trials, or for that matter, any first-hand experiences with it. If you have been treated by this protocol, or if you can point me to any published papers about clinical trials, please share. Thanks.

RE: Intravenous Vitamin C

by rjcrossley on Thu Jul 12, 2012 12:54 AM

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On Jul 11, 2012 1:15 AM harryellery wrote:

I have read many claims for the benefits of vitamin C administered intravenously to cancer patients according to the Riorden Protocol, and I know that work has been done by reputable institutions, including the University of Kansas Medical Center among others, but I have so far been unable to dredge up the results of any trials, or for that matter, any first-hand experiences with it. If you have been treated by this protocol, or if you can point me to any published papers about clinical trials, please share. Thanks.

 I feel  any Drug trails on Vitamin C as a cancer treatment would be of no financial benefit to a drug company. A Drug  trail is for a new untested drug that a drug company wants to produce and make a lot of money on,  And this is just vitamin C,   though as you have said there been a lot of good results from it.  It would also be useless doing a trial on IV vitamin C as though it is recognise for the treatment of cancer. Vitamin C is in most  medical text book, And   to much vitamin C  all you get is the runs.  But most people say they have gotten really good results from Iv Vit amin C  while they were on it.  but once they stop it  is a different mater. This is where I feel the encapsulated vitamin C works so much better then IV vit C there more control. Over the many years I have been taking encapsulated lipid vitamin C I  got some really good results from it controling my cancer.  I would  take it for a while say a few months then I stop for a while.  if my limp nodes starts to get sore from my cancer again I make some more up and take it it only takes me an hour to make it up then I just  take 3 table spoon of it. and  with in another hour or so pain gone. So who need drug trials.

Ray       

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