iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

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by bestill on Sun Feb 13, 2011 09:59 PM

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On Dec 01, 2009 2:35 AM swtmelissa wrote:

Hi. I just read your message about the iv vit C. I have been diagnosed with anaplastic cancer which does not respond to chemotherapy or radiation. I have been on a clinical trial which has been unsuccessful. I recentely have been on IV vit C daily for a month and IV ALA for three weeks and LDN orally. My dr wants to put me on a maintenance program of oral ala with the LDN and only do the Vit C on a lower dose once a week. Im concerned that with the cancer still spreading rapidly that I would need to be on a higher dose and be doing IV therapy every day. What is your oppinion on this matter and do you recommend any other treatments that have been successful with you. What oncologist did you use? When I am taking the high dose Vit C by IV it shoots my blood sugar over 500...did you have this problem?

Thank you, Melissa

When taking Vitamin C by IV, your blood sugar gives a false high reading. I found it's best to eat some food during the IVs.

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by homeryap on Mon Sep 05, 2011 05:55 AM

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Hi, the pain is normal in bone mets, as my mom have experienced after infusing 20grams for the first time. She's yelling as if the pain is all over her body.  What we did is just taking coffee enema and if not tolerable then we used oral pain reliever like arcoxia 120 very seldom.

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Pukie on Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:03 PM

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On Oct 24, 2006 12:00 a.m. Marianuk wrote:

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

Hi Marian, I am in the same position that you were in, CA125 3,000. the Drs advised me not to have this last line chemo,( I have been on and off chemo for 2 years) they told me "just go home and enjoy your last few months" Well the Dr were right the Chemo is not working. I was so happy to see your post about vitamin C. I have an appointment on Monday to find out if this clinic can treat me. thankyou again for your message you give me some hope...

Love Mary

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Mariah on Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:51 PM

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I follow the 5 Biological Laws of German New Medicine, and no longer use any type of western medicine intervention.  GNM has helped me to understand what is actually going on with tumor development, the role of the psyche, and how "diseases" are actually meaningful biological programs run by the brain/body to assist the organism in surviving conflicts.  It has helped me to get out of the panic-driven mentality.  

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RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by wenthewyntr on Tue Jan 24, 2012 07:25 AM

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Thank you , I have seen this suggestion and am so going to go for it! I'm glad you are getting the best of it!

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by RandallLyond on Thu Feb 16, 2012 09:35 PM

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Hello, I am in the latter stages of researching the use of intravenous vit c for cancer treatment. My mother has been battling masticized breast cancer for nearly eight years now, and is finishing up what her oncologist recommends her last chemo round, due to the amount she has taken thus far. His approach is now the wait and watch, which simply wasn't good enough to me, and then I stumbled onto the small pressing of "who's kidding whom about vitamin c" which brought to my attention the quite effective use of the supplement as a non toxic antioxidant. My question is, where can one find the fluid to administer the drug at home? And at what cost? We are not an advantaged family, so the costs of hospital or outpatient administration are not affordable. I have found ascorbic acid in crystal form, but have no desire to play chemist in trying to create a safe liquid to administer. Is there anyone who can advise me on a more do it yourself approach to this type of treatment? Thank you for your time and advise!

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Pauling on Tue Feb 21, 2012 07:25 PM

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On Feb 16, 2012 9:35 PM RandallLyond wrote:

Hello, I am in the latter stages of researching the use of intravenous vit c for cancer treatment. My mother has been battling masticized breast cancer for nearly eight years now, and is finishing up what her oncologist recommends her last chemo round, due to the amount she has taken thus far. His approach is now the wait and watch, which simply wasn't good enough to me, and then I stumbled onto the small pressing of "who's kidding whom about vitamin c" which brought to my attention the quite effective use of the supplement as a non toxic antioxidant. My question is, where can one find the fluid to administer the drug at home? And at what cost? We are not an advantaged family, so the costs of hospital or outpatient administration are not affordable. I have found ascorbic acid in crystal form, but have no desire to play chemist in trying to create a safe liquid to administer. Is there anyone who can advise me on a more do it yourself approach to this type of treatment? Thank you for your time and advise!

I can only advise that if you can find the funds to go to a clinic outside of Pittsburg, PA - there is a clinic there and also one near philadelphia that administers intervenious Vitamin C.

A nurse should administer it as the patient has to be monitored to assure the correct dosages are tolerated.

I also suggest that you try baking soda in water to help akalize her system.

The clinic near Pittsburg can be researched at:

www.thevitamancoach.com  

Best of Ouctomes for you - you can lso see a great deal about this on youTube

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Bengi500 on Thu Feb 23, 2012 04:34 PM

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On Oct 24, 2006 12:00 AM Marianuk wrote:

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
Dear Marion Hope this note finds you well. Wife is chemode out . Stage IV ovarian cancer 2 years ago. Too much Chemo . Live within 100 miles of NYC any advice for IV vitamin C? Thank You Shelly

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Wandap on Thu Mar 08, 2012 10:26 AM

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On Feb 23, 2012 4:34 PM Bengi500 wrote:

On Oct 24, 2006 12:00 AM Marianuk wrote:

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
Dear Marion Hope this note finds you well. Wife is chemode out . Stage IV ovarian cancer 2 years ago. Too much Chemo . Live within 100 miles of NYC any advice for IV vitamin C? Thank You Shelly

I'm so thankful to have found this website and all the experiences shared here. I was incorrectly staged at 1a in Nov 2010, and further investigation has landed me at 3c with another surgery recently that removed 3 extraperitoneal nodes. I take 2nd round of topotecan in a few hours. I've been up all night. The anxiety has been palpable the past few days. I've got to pray to let go and let God. My oncologist doesn't want to deviate from the National Institute of Health protocol. I requested Low Dose Naltrexone with no luck. I hope he sees Mark Levin's opinion on IVC at NIH website as a catalyst for an opinion change. Pray as I ask him to consider IVC. I'm still relatively healthy and hopeful. Here is a link for anyone looking near PA or WVhttp://vitamincoach.com/index.php?option=com_content&v

Best wishes to you all.

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Wandap on Thu Mar 08, 2012 06:35 PM

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Could I get the name of the Dr. in Augusta? my name is wleighp and you can send it to y a h o o o o

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