Does vitamin C really kill cancer cells?
Have you had any luck using intravenous vitamin C to treat cancer?
Name just about any cancer and I’ve successfully used the power of intravenous vitamin C (IVC) to treat it. In fact, I find it completely unacceptable that this incredible, life-saving approach isn’t available to EVERY single cancer patient who wants it.
The medical mainstream is stubbornly stuck in the dark ages of cancer treatments, attempting to slash, burn and poison cancer out of folks no matter the costs. And the consequences are downright devastating, with invasive surgeries, harsh radiation treatments and sickening chemotherapy leaving countless people suffering with shocking side effects.
But IVC is a horse of a different color. IVC slays cancer cells, but without all of the friendly-fire damage we’ve come to expect from other cancer treatments.
The vitamin C circulating through your blood from an IVC treatment spurs the production of hydrogen peroxide, which is like kryptonite to cancer cells, but perfectly safe for the rest of you. And that means little to no side effects for folks using IVC.
There’s simply no reason for this effective, safe approach to not be widely available. In fact, IVC’s effectiveness isn’t even in question, the feds themselves admit there are studies showing the treatment can slow or even stop cancer from spreading. And the University of Kansas publishes an IVC treatment protocol that lots of alternative docs, such as me, use in their own practices.
IVC has the power to extend and improve the lives of countless cancer sufferers. I’ve seen it with my own eyes. But don’t expect the mainstream to budge on the subject anytime soon. Big Pharma and others have way too much invested in keeping things just as they are.
But the good news is that there are cancer centers, hospitals and doctors like me offering this life-saving treatment. You just might need to do some research and make a lot of phone calls to find them.
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