Arrogance kills more people every year than the twin epidemics of diabetes and heart disease combined.
Mainstream medicine doctors who simply refuse to consider the possibility that a natural approach is sometimes the best one.
More times than I can count I’ve watched powerful and promising natural cures come to light — treatments that may even save millions of lives — only to watch the bull-headed folks practicing conventional medicine refuse to even consider them.
And that goes double when it comes to treating cancer.
Vitamin C could fight cancer
It’s been almost 50 years (just think about how many cancer patients have died during that time) since Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling announced that vitamin C could be a powerful weapon against cancer. He was labeled everything from a kook to a fraud.
But now another study is proving that Pauling was right all along. And if you want to beat one of the deadliest cancers around, high-dose vitamin C needs to be part of your treatment program.
Research from Cornell scientists, just published in the journal Science, proves that intravenous vitamin C (IVC) may be able to stop colorectal cancer in its tracks.
You see, when large doses of vitamin C — like the kind you get in IVC treatments — enter your body, they’re converted to dehydroascorbic acid (DHA), the study found.
DHA can kill cancer cells
And this DHA acts like a Trojan Horse, entering cancer cells, depleting them of antioxidants, and forcing them to die.
And IVC works on a lot more than colorectal cancer. I’ve been using it at my clinics for years to treat all sorts of tumors and even to help patients recover from everything from heart disease to flu.
The University of Kansas has even pioneered an IVC protocol that lots of alternative docs like me use.
Now, trust me — you won’t find IVC at your typical mainstream doctor’s office. The best place to start your search is the physician database at the website for the American College for Advancement in Medicine.
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