Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

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Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by MAMS28 on Mon Apr 04, 2011 04:41 AM

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Hi everyone,

I am new on the site and was wondering if anyone can help me. I need to find a Vitamin C IV bottles or bags for my mother who is diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer stage 4.

I live in Hong Kong, so not a lot of doctors are helping with this issue.

You help is highly appreciated.

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by jnath on Wed Apr 06, 2011 09:33 PM

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On Apr 04, 2011 4:41 AM MAMS28 wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am new on the site and was wondering if anyone can help me. I need to find a Vitamin C IV bottles or bags for my mother who is diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer stage 4.

I live in Hong Kong, so not a lot of doctors are helping with this issue.

You help is highly appreciated.

Hi,

I don't know about IV vit C on line. There are instructions for making your own somewhere on www.vitamincfoundation.org (Dr. Cathcart I think) or you can go for the oral Lypospheric Vitamin C. I spoke to a gentleman last week whose melanoma  cleared up in under 2 weeks on 6 sachets a day. You can get it from many places the one I use is www.lyposphericnutrients.co.uk . The book 'The Cancer Breakthrough' by Dr Steve Hickey is well worth a read it explains how the Vit C works and how to increase the effect, for instance if you take several grams of alpha-lipoic acid a day in divided doses, it is supposed to enhance the effect of the Vit C 5 fold.

Best wishes

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by jlc6166 on Tue Apr 19, 2011 05:49 PM

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Hi!

I am not sure how to get IV vitamin C online, but I know some people use liposomal to fight cancer and they take it orally sometimes every 3 hours.  Liposomal Vitamin C is very expensive but there is a way to make it at home the website is at www.cancerwillnotwin.com I make my own liposomal vitamin C. 

I have found another website online www.pdazzler.com who has info on liposomal as well.  He is also using alternative treatment to fight cancer like the one at the other website.  Maybe there is something at one of these sites that could help you. 

I wish I could help you more, I will be praying for your mothers health.  I wish you all the best. 

Jennifer

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by jlc6166 on Tue Apr 19, 2011 05:49 PM

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Hi!

I am not sure how to get IV vitamin C online, but I know some people use liposomal to fight cancer and they take it orally sometimes every 3 hours.  Liposomal Vitamin C is very expensive but there is a way to make it at home the website is at www.cancerwillnotwin.com I make my own liposomal vitamin C. 

I have found another website online www.pdazzler.com who has info on liposomal as well.  He is also using alternative treatment to fight cancer like the one at the other website.  Maybe there is something at one of these sites that could help you. 

I wish I could help you more, I will be praying for your mothers health.  I wish you all the best. 

Jennifer

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by MAMS28 on Thu Apr 21, 2011 03:05 AM

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Thank you all for the reply. I have ordered and have started my mother on Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C. But her oncologists is telling the family that Vitamin C is interfering with her target chemotherapy.

I don't understand how a vitamin could interfere with her chemotherapy specially if the Vitamin C IV is given to her more than two days before and more than two days after her chemo session?

I'm confused.

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by Yaziza on Thu Apr 21, 2011 03:37 AM

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On Apr 21, 2011 3:05 AM MAMS28 wrote:

Thank you all for the reply. I have ordered and have started my mother on Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C. But her oncologists is telling the family that Vitamin C is interfering with her target chemotherapy.

I don't understand how a vitamin could interfere with her chemotherapy specially if the Vitamin C IV is given to her more than two days before and more than two days after her chemo session?

I'm confused.

From reading these message boards that is normal thinking of most Oncologist........My dad took antioxidants too while chemo. He didn't bother telling the Oncologist and I am glad because they are so focused to not look beyond their own arsenal of pharmaceuticals. He took mostly essiac tea which may of extended his life. Because last October when the doctor was sending my dad and another women home to never use chemo again. She died about 20 days later. She didn't take any alternative and her daughter even brought cake for everyone to eat at the cancer center. Most people who do research know the dangers of feeding cancer sugar. His friends daughter call dad and said her mom passed and wanted to see if dad was near death also. My dad is still here almost 7 months later. He is still detoxing his body and keeping the Ph up.

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by MAMS28 on Thu Apr 21, 2011 04:45 AM

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Hi Yaziza,

It's just so sad that two of my family members believes the oncologist more than myself and my research.

Everyone wants to do their part to help my mother fight this cancer, unfortunately, everyone has their own opinion...mine is, cancer does not need to be a very expensive disease and that taking an alternative medicine and having chemotherapy at the same time is better than sticking to just one.

Well, all the best to you and to your dad and thank you.

 

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by Shemay on Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:52 PM

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Antioxidants and other nutrients do not interfere with chemotherapy or radiation therapy and can increase kill and increase survival.  Sources:

http://www.jacn.org/cgi/reprint/18/1/13.pdf

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17283738

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16484715

http://www.hopeforcancer.com/research/Prasad_Multiple_Dietar

 

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by Yaziza on Thu Apr 21, 2011 02:21 PM

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I know how you feel my dad and mom are the same way. Dad wasn't very happy when the Oncologist didn't have anything else for him. The despair he felt was so great. Then dad had a glimpse of hope though the clinical trial. It didn't work, tumors grew and made his blood sugar temporarily high. I see the evidence in dads longevity compared to other stage 4 colon cancer patients not doing anything. What I try to help dad with is detoxifying the body, giving high sources of nutrition, continually trying to keep the body alkaline, and trying alternatives that others have tried that are now cancer free. Dad refuses to be a 100 percent participate in his healing by alternatives. For example non stop drinking of diet cokes. Won't do a strict non cancer diet. He will take fresh juice. He complains about the wheat grass or barley greens. Won't do a coffee enema. I just try to work with what ever he accepts.  I wanted to show you this video of one of the people on cancer compass This is her profile. WATCH THE VIDEO - SHE DID A GREAT JOB SHOWING A COMPLETE PICTURE IN A LITTLE TIME.  

"Seven years ago I was told "you have a 2 year, long-term, life expectancy" Melanoma was in my lymphnodes and I was also told I needed surgerys, chemo, interferon, etc. I had a "significant metastasis in the lower illium"- I did my homework, practiced what I learned, fed my body, my mind and got rid of my cancer in less than 3 months. w I feel we all have the power to be healthy, we just need to take control. "Do no Harm" is my motto and I'd love to help others help themselves. Here is my video I'd like to share. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9BYFkv691E I am not selling any prodcts or representing any companys."

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by jlc6166 on Thu Apr 21, 2011 02:55 PM

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I am starting low dose insulin potentiated chemo on Monday of next week and my doctor is giving me HIGH dose vitamin C right before I get the chemo and he has excellent results.  Most oncologists are not educated in the use of alternative meds and don't really understand how they work. 

Sincerely,

Jennifer

 

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