Tag: IVC

In the 1970s, Linus Pauling observed that treatment with intravenous Vitamin C on patients with terminal cancer, followed by oral supplementation, had survival times four times longer than those not treated. However, two randomized clinical trials — Creagan, et al., 1979; Moertel, et al., 1985 — conducted at the Mayo Clinic with oral ascorbate alone […]

For years, Dr. Thomas Lodi and I have been strong advocates for the IV use of Vitamin C (IVC) in the treatment of cancer. The science on IVC is not new and, in fact, has been around for quite some time.  Linus Pauling and Ewan Cameron published their landmark study, Supplemental ascorbate in the supportive […]

Vitamin C is an essential part of a healthy immune system. As a cancer treatment, intravenous Vitamin C (IVC) has shown promise in treating some cancers. However, some contraindications with chemotherapy exist – along with mild side effects – but overall, IVC therapy continues to be actively researched. Introduction Most likely, you probably don’t think […]