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Vitamin C infusions

Has anyone heard of Vitamin C infusions that will put the cancer into remission? My step dad has stage 4 cancer and is too weak to do chemo. We cant do much treatment but have heard good things about Vitamin C IV infusions. Does anyone have any info on this?
Paula
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As with any alternative treatment. there are success stories floating around. Check out: http://www.beating-cancer-gently.com/nl98.html

Or: http://www.CancerSuccessForum.Com

Good luck
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I have been checking out websites, I was wondering if anyone out there had actually done it. Thanks, I will check out those sites too.
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Hi Paula,

I have Stage 3B advanced cervical cancer, I have NOT taken any chemo/radiation but, I am taking this IV Vitamin C therapy. I also get; B & magnesium vitamins with it. I am in hope that this is the case. I also take a bunch of other supplements. I tak this IV therapy through my Natropathic office, I am sure if you look in your local phone book, you will find one.

All the Best Elizabeth
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Hi Paula,

I have had Vitamin C infusions, (5 days a week for 5 months).  The Vitamin C was combined with DMSO, B Vitimans and Cesium (spelling?).  I saw several people walk away cancer free, (breast, lung, colon and pancreatic).   Unfortunately, I have a blood cancer and it did not work for me.  I certainly believe it is worth a try.

Best of Luck!
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Hi Paula,

There is a great facility in Clearwater, FL that specializes in alternative cancer treatments, including Vitamin C infusions.  They treat every stage cancer and have a relatively high success rate.  Their website is www.utopiaawaits.com

Best of health to you and your dad.
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