iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

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iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Marianuk on Tue Oct 24, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi, I just wanted other women like myself who have advance ovarian cancer 3C to know that IV vitamin C has helped to put me in remission. I took 100grams daily by IV from July 2006 - Sept and now my CT scan is clear. The scan report previously showed a tumour in my pelvic area 1.5cm plus substantial cancer on my colon (I already have a colostomy from past surgery for mets). I had already had two courses of chemo that had not worked and I refused the third course due to fear of felling so ill again. I took VPS and omega 3, salvestrol etc., a strict vegan diet with no sugar or yeast etc., and so far so good. Considering I was given only six months to live I am thrilled. I hope and pray that I remain clear as at one time my CA125 was 8500 (Jan 2005). I have been in hospital and a hospice for seven months which was terribly hard on my family. I have four children the youngest is only four. Please consider IV vitamin C if all else fails. Has anyone already tried this route? Marian

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by Susha on Sat Oct 28, 2006 12:00 AM

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I am taking IV Vitamin C for the last two months weekly and now I will try it twice a week..starting next week. I am up to 50 grams of Vitamin C and surprised to hear that you took it for daily for so many months. What were the effects on a daily basis? Do you intend to continue? Was it very costly? Did they include other nutrients in the mix? Check other part of message board...either under supplements or diet and there will be many others that have taken Vitamin C IV. My oncologist is the one that wanted to do it and I was in agreement because I am very much into nutrition. Also...how are they monitoring the saturation of the tissues or are they? Lots of luck...I think it is great...and more doctors should start getting involved in at least researching it.

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by Marianuk on Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi, thank you for your response. I used 50 grams daily for a few weeks but developed another tumour and my CA125 tumour marker continued to rise. I decided to increase right up to 200 grams daily . My husband is a doctor so he was monitoring me. By the time I had increased to 125grams daily the tumour had disappeared. It became increasingly difficult to administer due to vein thrombosis. This was a side effect of the chemo so I had a PICC line put in but that failed and all my blood vessels started to thrombose. I added r-ALA to the IV Sodium Ascorbate but reacted to it so just took the r-ALA orally instead.After about six weeks of daily infusions I decided to give the IV treatment a rest until I had a central line put in. This was going to be done at the same time as I was going to have another biopsy. I was only going to have chemo if I knew which chemo was going to help so a biopsy was needed for an assay. By the time I had a scan to check the progress of the cancer it had all disappeared. We were all so shocked and delighted. So far I have been off the IVSA for one month but hope to start again tonight. I understand that the cancer can come back very aggressively if the IVSA is stopped too suddenly. We will use 100 grams twice a week for another two years. I only used testing once to check the saturation level and the lab did the wrong test and tested for B6 instead!! So no we didn't bother with level testing. 50grams did not work for me or for a few others that I know. I also made the mistake of taking a slow drip at first maybe over four hours this is not helpful it needs to be 50grams over 60 minutes followed by 50grams over 120 minutes for the best results. I chatted to Dr Cathcart and Dr Hickey and Dr Roberts plus used the Kansas University protocol. My local hospital and hospice said that I was a very difficult patient because I was suffering from denial. That I would not admit that I was dying that I was making things more difficult for my family by trying these unproven methods of treatment. They just thought I was sad and desperate. I was, and thankfully I am now really well just three months after starting IVC and 3 months into my prognosis of less than 6 months survival. What cancer do you have?What side effects with IVSA- nausea when completing the 125grams dose and general difficulty getting the needle in leading to anxiety. Make sure you drink vast amounts of water with the IVSA. But it was a great deal easier than chemo. I could tell the cancer was dying by the smell of my urine and sweat. It was the same smell as when the chemo first started to work. ( Sorry to be so graphic) Unfortunately two courses of chemo did not put me in full remission. My tumour returned in less than a month after finishing the course and it was even more aggressive. I will give all glory to God. Marian.

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by Susha on Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:00 AM

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I am very heavily into much nutrition...I buy much of my products from Life Extension so they are pharmaceutical graded...coq10, vit. E, Bone restore, magnesium, Vit. B, alphlipoic acid, and much more. I also take abouit 6 grams of Vitamin C orally daily. I couldn't afford two treatments of Vit. C IV. so I started with one...I did not have any tumors or cancer left after the operation...as the eye could see..but I took chemo. for the ovarian cancer. You are right it is worth every dime but you have to have the dime to do. I am starting two treatments a week of 50 gram of Vitamin C in a two hour period. I seem to crave water while I am taking it so I do drink lots of water. However, it seems after the treatment, I seem to expel much urine and of course it is yellow. I wonder if I am excreting much of the vitamin C at that time. I will show my oncologist your letter and we have discussed it with Dr. Riordon's , Center for Improvement of Human Functioning and that is the protocol they seem to be using. Two times a week and they work up to 50 grams at each time. Please keep in touch...my name is ssusha and I am at a o l. My oncologist is way ahead of the times and he is very interested in having others do the IV as well. He is waiting to get a grant for it. However, it is important to know that it is possible that some people might need more than what we are doing.. Thanks again...

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by Marianuk on Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi I agree with you regarding the high standard of Living Foundation products. I buy most of mine from there also. Regarding your IV drip, instead of taking 50grams twice a week you may consider taking 100 once a week. It should be musch cheaper as you don't have to pay for a doctor or nurse twice, less equipment is needed and there would be less travelling. Plus 100 grams over 2 1/2 hours would give you a higher saturation level which is what you need with a really aggressive cancer such as ovarian. If you add K3 and r-ala you can get a much higher saturation level with smaller amounts of IVSA and it will stay in your system longer. Don't forget your bindweed Vascustatin and imm-kine. The IVSA only kills around 65% of the cancer cells, leaving the more aggressive ones behind.(Hickney and Roberts) so you need your immune system to be in a good position to help to deal with the rest. These products really worked for me. They help to reduce vascular growth to the tumour. I know that the finances or lack of them is a great worry but the alternative dosn't bear thinking of. If you need any help with the IV protocol etc., please email me. I'm looking at the NDV vaccine now for ovarian cancer just in case. Also there is a lab in spain that will make a vaccination for your ovarian cancer specific to you. What direction are you looking in now? Are you taking VPS and MorEpa? Speak to you soon and keep going!!! Marian.

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by Susha on Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi, I can't get your email ..didn't come through... I don't know where to get those products so please inform me where to buy them. Also...why one time a week for the 100 grams...isn't that too much for one day and there just a few grams each other day? My name ssusha and I am at a o l so just let me know. Who is Dr. Hickman and who is associated with? Whose protocol are you following? Still confusing but please let me know where you purchase these items you mention and what is K-3. Ihave had a blood clot in my leg so now I have to monitor my greens. I am an avid juicer fan...kale, collard greens ,carrots, parsley ,etc. But now I have lowered the amount of the greens because of the clotting and I am on coumedin.. Otherwise, seem to be okay..my tumor markers are down...and my pet scan was normal... But ...still working on it...so it is ssusha at a o l .... Thanks again..

Vps and Salvastrol

by Susha on Tue Oct 31, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi.... It seems to me reading what you have written that there was no set protocol The Center for Improvement of Human Functioning has suggested up to 50 grams with 2 hours each time...twice a week. I couldn't find the protocols under Vitamin C Foundation. Also..I notice quite a bit of excretion of urine right after I take the vitamin C IV. It is quite yellow. It was mentioned that the body excretes what it doesn't need and one must drink lots of water to flush the toxins...which I do. Anything more specific especially about VPS and salvastrol (don't know what they are) would be appreciated. Susan

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by Joshmt on Thu Dec 07, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hello, My Mother was diagnosed with stage lV Ovarian cancer in March of this year and can't seem to quite get it in remission. She is currently on her second course of treatment. Anyway, I came accross your post and am very interested in the lV Vitamin C. Could you give me information on how to get started and an idea of what this costs you. Maybe you could give me your email so we can email direct. I hope this has continued to work for you. I look forward to hearing back from you. Josh

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by Marianuk on Thu Dec 07, 2006 12:00 AM

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Hi I have had some hairy moments treating this cancer but would be happy to discuss with you the IVC treatment. We have just had some lab results back that confirm that IVC does kill ovarian cancer cells. We tested it in the lab at my own expense. I don't know how to contact you via email. How do I do that?

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by Joshmt on Thu Dec 07, 2006 12:00 AM

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Thanks for getting back to me so fast. My email is

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When you get time please email me. Would love to hear more about the lab results and all the info you have on IV C. Josh
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