Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

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RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by MAMS28 on Mon May 23, 2011 11:50 AM

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Hi Hunter2000, everything that Yaziza and Jen has been saying about sugar, milk, dairy, etc is true. Stop drinking sodas or any drinks that have sugar or any artificial sugar. Take a lot of vitamins too, all you will see under this chat forum. If you are planning to go for chemo, ask about target chemo...the hong kong queen mary hospital has made a breakthrough and said that once target chemo works on patients with lymphoma cancer, the remission is a success. Everything is a study, study things on your own too. There are more things that you can learn about these disease. Take care of yourself and update us on your situation. Sincerely, Mary Ann

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by hunter2000 on Mon May 23, 2011 02:02 PM

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Thank you so much. I have been learning so much from this chat forum. I am already into my 3rd chemo treatment. I am on Rituximab and bendamustine. I go twice a month. I will sure check on the target chemo. I have never heard of it. Again Thank you all and I will keep you updated. All of you take care.Debbie

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by MAMS28 on Thu Jun 30, 2011 08:48 AM

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Hi All,

Target therapy is now over since earlier this month. Mom had a new CT scan and PET scan. It shows that none of the target therapy or the chemotherapy worked. The worst of it all, it showed that her small intestines are now with tumour too, as well as her bladder.

We've been to see 3 surgeons on this matter. First one says, sorry, it is too risky to operate and turned us away. Second said, possible to remove large tumour in the bowel and that her bladder will have to be removed, meaning apart from having a stoma, my mom is forever with a urine bag, too. Also, there are no guarantee if mom would be able to handle the first surgery or even the second (which is her liver). Costs: Expensive

Third surgeon says the same, but saw that the left kidney may need to be removed too as it looks like it has been blocked by the tumour but would only confirm this on the operating table. A major 8 hours surgery. Nothing guaranteed if my mom would be able to take/handle the operation and/or the general anaesthesia for 8 hours. Costs: Mega Expensive.

Oncologist says radiation before surgery could help with making the tumour smaller from the bladder to save the bladder. Both surgeons who are willing to perform surgery does not agree with this as radiation kills good tissues as well as bad, possibility of shrinking the bladder a lot more, if the possibility to save it during surgery, the possibility will be less due to radiation. And anyway, this oncologist promised that my mom's tumour would shrink with target therapy, but instead the tumour went into the small intestines instead.

My mom and dad is again having second thoughts about having the surgery done at this stage. My opinion is, you might as well die trying. But of course, decision lies to the patient themselves...in whichever form they feel confortable with.

Now, my question to you all, my mother had stage 4 cancer since May 2010, stoma was done in February 2011 as the tumour had totally blocked the large intestine. Target therapy performed starting March 2011. Small dose of chemotherapy added in May 2011 when target therapy alone was metastatic (not doing anything).

Will you put yourself or your loved one on the operating table for 8 hours of major surgery?

I know for a fact that once the small intestine is blocked, which I am pretty sure it is not going to take that long, the family is back to square one. But this time, I am pretty sure, nobody would want to entertain us anymore unless the surgeons are only there for the money. But then again, are they only for the money now?

I am so confused. Help guys. Any suggestion or just a friend to talk to would be great. Thanks.

MAMS

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by danany on Mon Nov 30, 2015 01:29 PM

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Hello. I did a lot of research about vitamin c iv injection. My grandfather had need of vitamin C injection and finally I found a supplier from whom to buy.

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by xcancer on Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:14 AM

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It has been proven in a cancer study that IV Vitamin C alone is not effective in treating cancer. 

Don't waste your money or time. find something better. 

Full article here: http://www.cancermind.com/vitamin-c-infusion/

Hope that helps 

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by xcancer on Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:15 AM

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It has been proven in a cancer study that IV Vitamin C alone is not effective in treating cancer. 

Don't waste your money or time. find something better. 

Full article here: http://www.cancermind.com/vitamin-c-infusion/

Hope that helps 

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by xcancer on Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:18 AM

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sorry for the dupicate reply. The site froze and i clicked twice. My apologies. 

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by danany on Thu Dec 24, 2015 08:21 PM

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I'm stocked with vitamin C injection ARENA directly from the distributor. http://vitamincvial.blogspot.com

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by mumplus1 on Mon Oct 10, 2016 12:36 AM

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If you are not a doctor or a nurse it is not easy to set up a IV

RE: Vitamin C IV - can I buy this online?

by Lez1234 on Fri Oct 21, 2016 12:19 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.

Hi there,

I find myself in the same situation as you as my wife has the issue. can yoiu please tell me where you got the Vit C ready to do IV?

Thank you

Lez

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