Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

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Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by Shemay on Fri Jun 08, 2007 12:00 AM

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I have been attending a complementary medical clinic for some time now and have gotten to know quite a few of the other patients there. I posted a message some months ago about one of the miraculous recoveries using the Int. Vit.C./ treatments (from terminal prostate cancer) and now I have another message that should give hope and also, hopefully, encourage more of our traditional medical caregivers to take a good open minded look at this gentle treatment. A young lady who was diagnosed with breast cancer four years ago and opted for a lumpectomy because there was no spread.. was diagnosed with mets to both lungs earlier this year. She refused the chemo etc. that was recommended for her and instead has been taking weekly infusions of Int.Vit. C. along with Avemar. (I did a Google search on Avemar and was stunned to see that the information on this website is for NON USA citizens only.....Hello! what is this? censorship?) http://www.avemar.com/ This young lady just got the results from her first CT scan since she began this treatment and ALL tumors are shrinking.. It is so interesting to me that when I post these messages of successful outcomes from natural treatments they are so often received with either complete silence or messages accusing me of being a purveyor of false hope. ?????? We should be celebrating! Shemay

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by Lynne524 on Mon Jun 11, 2007 12:00 AM

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Hi,

I read your messages, and I am a firm believer in alternative medicine.  I wish this person the best, and she is wise to not subject herself with any more chemo.

Lynne

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by Sewwonderfulwoman on Fri Jun 15, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 6/8/2007 Shemay wrote:

I have been attending a complementary medical clinic for some time now and have gotten to know quite a few of the other patients there. I posted a message some months ago about one of the miraculous recoveries using the Int. Vit.C./ treatments (from terminal prostate cancer) and now I have another message that should give hope and also, hopefully, encourage more of our traditional medical caregivers to take a good open minded look at this gentle treatment. A young lady who was diagnosed with breast cancer four years ago and opted for a lumpectomy because there was no spread.. was diagnosed with mets to both lungs earlier this year. She refused the chemo etc. that was recommended for her and instead has been taking weekly infusions of Int.Vit. C. along with Avemar. (I did a Google search on Avemar and was stunned to see that the information on this website is for NON USA citizens only.....Hello! what is this? censorship?) http://www.avemar.com/ This young lady just got the results from her first CT scan since she began this treatment and ALL tumors are shrinking.. It is so interesting to me that when I post these messages of successful outcomes from natural treatments they are so often received with either complete silence or messages accusing me of being a purveyor of false hope. ?????? We should be celebrating! Shemay

 

Regarding your puzzlement with the Avemar website and its statement that the info is for non-US citizens only.  I doubt it is censorship, more likely they mean it is intended only for those people who reside in the countries where Avemar is registered.

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by barnsie on Wed Feb 14, 2018 01:49 AM

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On Jun 15, 2007 12:00 AM Sewwonderfulwoman wrote:

 

On 6/8/2007 Shemay wrote:

I have been attending a complementary medical clinic for some time now and have gotten to know quite a few of the other patients there. I posted a message some months ago about one of the miraculous recoveries using the Int. Vit.C./ treatments (from terminal prostate cancer) and now I have another message that should give hope and also, hopefully, encourage more of our traditional medical caregivers to take a good open minded look at this gentle treatment. A young lady who was diagnosed with breast cancer four years ago and opted for a lumpectomy because there was no spread.. was diagnosed with mets to both lungs earlier this year. She refused the chemo etc. that was recommended for her and instead has been taking weekly infusions of Int.Vit . C. along with Avemar. (I did a Google search on Avemar and was stunned to see that the information on this website is for NON USA citizens only.....Hello! what is this? censorship?) http://www.avemar.com/ "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.avemar.com/ " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.avemar.com/ This young lady just got the results from her first CT scan since she began this treatment and ALL tumors are shrinking.. It is so interesting to me that when I post these messages of successful outcomes from natural treatments they are so often received with either complete silence or messages accusing me of being a purveyor of false hope. ?????? We should be celebrating! Shemay

 

Regarding your puzzlement with the Avemar website and its statement that the info is for non-US citizens only.  I doubt it is censorship, more likely they mean it is intended only for those people who reside in the countries where Avemar is registered.

It is because of the FDA trying to control and destroy alternative treatment options in favour of excessively expensive treatments manufactured by big pharma.

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by ToddlerFather on Wed Feb 14, 2018 04:18 AM

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It seems we are entering "tin foil hat" territory. There are only two types of non-FDA approved treatments:
1) Those that do not want to go thru scientific methodology because that would expose they are a bust
2) Those that could survive scientific testing, but because they are not patentable, no one is going to put money into it. 

The problem is that most are of type 1 but try disguising as type 2. So the first part of due diligencing alternative treatments is to figure out patentability; if it could be patented, or possibly patented, but it's not going thru clinical trials, that's a bad sign. 

One example: there was a legal fight trying to patent usage of broccoli sprouts in fighting cancer. It's a good indicator that is an alternative treatment worth looking into, but also a decision that made alternative treatments consistent of only a single naturally-available component unprofitable, so others with the same characteristics might exist out there. 






RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by Sophiam on Mon Feb 19, 2018 09:29 PM

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It is great to hear that success happens with alternatives.  I like to believe in the effectiveness of nature on curing a natural occuring illness.  High dosage IV Vitamin C, Juicing, B17, Licorrice root, Hoxsey, Indian Herb, Guava/macha/ginger tea, tumeric, clean diet and coffee enema does nothing but nurish your body and sounds like the right path regardless. 

Cheers, and keep us in the loop of good news, lord knows we need them :)  

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by Sophiam on Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:29 PM

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I'm no expert, but if it's easier to get opioids from reputable doctors over a bag of Vitamin C IV something is not right.   

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by ToddlerFather on Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:35 PM

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Perhaps if we started calling them "adjuvant natural treatments" instead of "alternative treatments" it would better define what they can accomplish and what not to do if taking those. Alternative implies choice. 

RE: Another Intravenous Vitamin C success story

by Sophiam on Mon Mar 05, 2018 09:16 PM

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Agree with you. While we should still have a right to choose what we want to do with our bodies, it is wise to hear it all and choose what is best for you. My brother does a cocktail of vitamins as he is doing chemo. His pet exam read is today. We are so nervous and just hoping for hope. Cheers,

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