iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

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RE: hi Again

by lungcancer3b on Wed Jan 30, 2013 07:30 PM

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On Sep 27, 2009 12:00 AM Mariah wrote:

On 9/27/2009 ger1ger1 wrote:

I am two years with ovarian 3 C.  I do not have my oncologists support for IV vitamon C or supplements.  Can you please advise how often I should get the Vitamin C, what other supplements I should take.

 

Thank you


I have been treated with chinese medicine, from Dr. Guo in Chicago, and have been learning about the process of healing described by both chinese and German New Medicine. Both have been very helpful for me.

My husband too is being treated by Dr. Guo in Chicago and he is taking many herbs daily.  He is also almost finished his first round of chemo.

We have heard many wonderful things about Dr. Guo's success with late stage disease, and his ability to treat the body with herbs and acupuncture and keeping them alive for 10-15 yrs.   He was an oncologist at m.d. Anderson previously, and now just practices Herbal medicine.We actually got recommendations from a Western Medical Dr. to  this effect.  We are so hoping that he is able to help my husband stay with us for that long.

How long have you been in treatment with him? Do you feel like the herbs are helping?  It is hard to keep all the pills and teas on schedule when you have other pill taking too, but we are managing.  He does not seem to care about recommending a diet.  "Everything in moderation"  

However, everything we read seems to recommend much change , so we did.  Do you follow a vegan diet.?  We have changed our eating habits to organic,  no sugar, and  much more vegtables and fruits, but have not eliminated meats entirely yet.  We juice or make kale smoothies with veggies and fruits daily too.  My  husband's color is much better and the last Cat showed some shrinkage.  We are due for another Cat scan soon.  We had not heard about German New Medicine, but we will look into it. Can you expound on that?  And how did you find Dr. Guo???

RE: hi Again

by Mariah on Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:04 PM

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On Jan 30, 2013 7:30 PM lungcancer3b wrote:

On Sep 27, 2009 12:00 AM Mariah wrote:

On 9/27/2009 ger1ger1 wrote:

I am two years with ovarian 3 C.  I do not have my oncologists support for IV vitamon C or supplements.  Can you please advise how often I should get the Vitamin C, what other supplements I should take.

 

Thank you


I have been treated with chinese medicine, from Dr. Guo in Chicago, and have been learning about the process of healing described by both chinese and German New Medicine. Both have been very helpful for me.

My husband too is being treated by Dr. Guo in Chicago and he is taking many herbs daily.  He is also almost finished his first round of chemo.

We have heard many wonderful things about Dr. Guo's success with late stage disease, and his ability to treat the body with herbs and acupuncture and keeping them alive for 10-15 yrs.   He was an oncologist at m.d. Anderson previously, and now just practices Herbal medicine.We "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://medicine.We " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">medicine.We actually got recommendations from a Western Medical Dr. to  this effect.  We are so hoping that he is able to help my husband stay with us for that long.

How long have you been in treatment with him? Do you feel like the herbs are helping?  It is hard to keep all the pills and teas on schedule when you have other pill taking too, but we are managing.  He does not seem to care about recommending a diet.  "Everything in moderation"  

However, everything we read seems to recommend much change , so we did.  Do you follow a vegan diet.?  We have changed our eating habits to organic,  no sugar, and  much more vegtables and fruits, but have not eliminated meats entirely yet.  We juice or make kale smoothies with veggies and fruits daily too.  My  husband's color is much better and the last Cat showed some shrinkage.  We are due for another Cat scan soon.  We had not heard about German New Medicine, but we will look into it. Can you expound on that?  And how did you find Dr. Guo???

Hello,  you sent a message to my sister who spoke about her experience with Dr. Guo in Chicago.  Unfortunately she passed away in November 2011.  I am willing to tell you what I knew about her treatment.  Forgive me if she has already shared this, or that since she didn't always share details (and I didn't always press her for details) that what I share may be incomplete.  

She started treatment with Dr. Guo in the fall of 2007.  She had a rare slow-growing ovarian cancer named granulosa cell tumor which was first diagnosed in 1995 or 1996 (originally assumed just that she had a ruptured ovary, it was a year after the rupture that the granulosa was classified as a cancer).  She had a re-occurence in 2007 (which is typical with this form) and was told she had a very short time to live after this cancer had spread to her liver.  Since my sister's research and experience had all pointed to the fact that this form of ovarian cancer didn't respond to chemo or radiation, she was not convinced that western medicine would be effective.  She pretty much rejected all western treatment.  She found Dr. Guo through some kind of research and I have only vague recollection of who recommended him.  My sister did his herbal regimen until the fall of 2009.  She did move to a fairly strict organic diet, juicing, reliance on fruit and vegetables but also ate a lot of good quality protein (eggs, beef, buffalo, chicken, turkey, etc.).  I do recall her talking about "everything in moderation".  She also started dealing with the study of German New Medicine.  I have very little knowledge of this study - it is a paradigm that I had very little understanding with.  She regained strength to the point where she felt able to start a Master's program in acupuncuture.  It was a very rigorous program and she was highly ranked in the program.  She started seeing one of the clinicians at her school, who changed the type of herbs she was getting, but kept with the herbs and acupuncture as well as her diet.  In late 2010 she started getting weaker again and the tumors had obviously spread.  She dropped out of school in May 2011, found a naturopathic doctor who also understood German New Medicine who had a wellness clinic in Canada and spent two months there.  She added other naturopathic and homeopathic remedies while there.  She returned to my home after two months and while weak, seemed to be regaining her strength.  She had well-developed ascites (fluid in the abdominal cavity) but it seemed to be smaller by then. She seemed to be gaining strength in October, able to walk freely, take part in her care and even drove her car the week before she died.  In November 2011, she had a pulmonary embolism and passed away quickly.  I little doubt that the combination of what she did, including her very positive, hopeful and optimisitic attitude and love for life prolonged her life.  I have no way to evaluate what treatment was the most useful or whether a more conventional western treatment would have given her the same amount of time with us.  I am grateful that she did live so long.

So I hope that your husband can find some relief through Dr. Guo.  I wish you and your husband much peace and hope with whatever direction he takes.    Sincerely,  Nancy

RE: hi Again

by Pauling on Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:29 PM

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Hi,

The protocol I am aware of calls for 40 Grams 3 times a weekintravenously,there is a clinic out side of Pittsburg , PA that will provide that you have to sign a waiver that says it is not a cancer treatment.

God Blesw you and good luck

Medical Wellness Associates located in Jeannette. Pennsylvania. The premier medical clinic for cutting edge treatments in integrative medicine. The vitamin store has ...

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RE: hi Again

by Sunset5 on Thu Feb 07, 2013 08:52 PM

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Dear Nancy,  I am very sorry for the loss of your sister Mariah.  She was a very good friend/contact of mine on cancercompass.  We didn't speak often, but she always gave me good information and was quick to be a friend on this website.  I had tried to private msg her a few times with no response.  I was worried when I didn't hear back from her.

Thank you for letting us know, and again, I am very sorry for your loss.  Mariah was one of a kind.  She was very determined and had a lot of good energy.  

I have missed messaging with her.

Sincerely,

Renee/Sunset5

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Probster on Tue Nov 05, 2013 03:52 PM

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Hi Marian, I am based in the UK and am finding it impossible to find anywhere that are willing to administer the vitamin c through a drip. The treatment is for my mum who is seriously ill with cancer and hasn't been given long to live she is very weak and my only hope is maybe to try the vitamin c to try and give her a better quality of life. I feel it would be easy enough to administer the vitamin at home but don't know where to try and source it from in this particular form as a drip. Any help you can give me would be very much appreciated. You're story must have given many people hope that they can try an alternative to the more common forms of medication. Take care. Marc

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by Wandap on Tue Nov 05, 2013 07:00 PM

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I originally posted in March of 2012. I found a Dr near Chattanooga and began IVC twice a week in April. I took a few rounds of Topotecan, but soon stopped chemo all together in hopes that it would allow my body to fight any cancer that might remain. By May, I was going for IVC once a week @ 70 grams and Alpha Lipoic Acid (not sure of the amount) and have slowly weened down to once a month. I had a Pet Scan in spring of 2013 that showed no tumors. It is now November 2013. My last CA125 was 7.5 and I feel really good. I suppose I will always have the feelings of "waiting for it to return". When my belly is swollen or I have a tinge of pain in my side, it is my first thought. God help me and those touched by cancer to find peace. 

 

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RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by wenthewyntr on Wed Nov 06, 2013 05:44 PM

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It made me cry to read this! I am so proud of you! Congratulations!! You did it! you took that big step,you had nothing to lose! I feel I will always be looking over my shoulder for cancer signs to return as well. But, at least I am alive to worry and complain! I am continuing the Iv C once a week at 130grams per week (plus alpha lipoic acid and sodium bicarbonate) until I don't feel so scared for it to return. My recent CA-125 was 37. It was a 7 in January. Not sure what it means yet, but will keep posted. I am doing Interleukin(subQ), Metformin, and Accutane. It has made me ,an already thin person, an almost too thin person. (5'7" and 120lbs ,from 130lbs) Hopefully it will come back when I get  to stop doing it. I think what I really didn't know, was that our bodies fight cancer cells all the time. Getting the body healthy enough to go back to the normal fight is the goal. So, you have been doing this exactly on the same time frame as me. I quit chemo(six rounds of carbo-taxol) April 29,2012. I began IV Vit C May ,2012 (three Iv's a week of 130 grams each). My lung was clear  five weeks later. Seven weeks later my CT showed all tumor/cancer  growth was gone. I finally fought to get a Pet/CT that showed the tumors in my bones and all the rest were clear January, 2013. I pray that Ovarian cancer will not get it's way with me! And you, and everyone with any terminal diagnosis, that are trying so hard to keep going, and living well, and loving well. Have some fun for a spell, and keep us updated please. You made my day!

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RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by wenthewyntr on Wed Nov 06, 2013 05:51 PM

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There  must be a Naturopath somewhere there. Search for Naturopathic clinics as well. It would be very good to try to help with quality of life. Good luck to you. At least  some oral(maybe liquid?) would be a start.

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RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by rjcrossley on Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:22 PM

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On Nov 05, 2013 3:52 PM Probster wrote:

Hi Marian, I am based in the UK and am finding it impossible to find anywhere that are willing to administer the vitamin c through a drip. The treatment is for my mum who is seriously ill with cancer and hasn't been given long to live she is very weak and my only hope is maybe to try the vitamin c to try and give her a better quality of life. I feel it would be easy enough to administer the vitamin at home but don't know where to try and source it from in this particular form as a drip. Any help you can give me would be very much appreciated. You're story must have given many people hope that they can try an alternative to the more common forms of medication. Take care. Marc

Hi Probster Sorry to hear about your Mum Hope this will help You probley wonderin why Vitamin C.

I found Just taken  a level teaspoon of Bicarb soda and Apple cider vinegar three times a day will do the same thing .  

 Last year In my medical studies I found out about our bodys PH.

Cancer loves and acid environment  Our PH is controlled by the lungs the kidneys and also the Pancreas. 

The  Pancreas produces insulin But it also produces Bicarb and bicarb raises PH So by raising Ph it Makes our body less acid  And high Dose  Vitamin C helps increases the bodys PH

I feel Encapsulated vitamin C is better than the IV vitamin C

you can buy it online but it cheaper to make it your self. Some feel it better to kick start the body into a higher ph By and IV vitamin C But over the years I found with my cancer three table spoons of Encapsulated vitamin C with a tea spoon of Bicarb works better better for me.

God bless Ray

Ray  

 

RE: iv Vitamin c Put me in Remission

by glorianna on Sat Jan 25, 2014 08:36 PM

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Hi,

I have done this via ex a vaccination nurse working privately,

but it needs a doctor to write the prescription. This was done in Sweden, but the difficult part is finding a doctor.

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