VITAMIN C: BIBLIOGRAPHY AND CHEMOTHERAPY

This Brisbane doctor has now, treated over 100 cancer cases referred to her in the last 11 months with Vitamin C injections followed by sodium ascorbate by mouth. Not all have carried out the full 10 injections. Some were terminals. Many had recurrent growth and all had run the gamut of orthodox treatment which had failed to control the disease.

However, every case, she says, benefitted greatly by the injections of sodium ascorbate given very slowly until the pain or distress ceased. There were few side effects. Every patient felt better and what is most important, had contin­uous cessation of pain.

In those cases which received the full course of in­travenous ascorbate therapy, patients not only felt better but there was a reduction in size of the tumour.

A case of breast cancer is typical:

The cancer had metastasized in the spine so that the patient had continuous pain, could not walk and was de­teriorating rapidly, even under radiation. After 10 injec­tions of sodium ascorbate the patient lost her pain, was actually walking and was so greatly improved in general health that she was able to complete her radiation therapy without distress. She continued taking 10 to 12 grams of sodium ascorbate daily by mouth.

These cases do not constitute scientific proof of the efficacy of Vitamin C in controlling cancer, but the great pain-relief and sense of well being it gives the patient, without any toxic side-effects, makes it well worth using as an additional treatment in all cases of cancer.

Other doctors in various centres in Australia are trying out Vitamin C therapy in cancer. Their results are eagerly awaited by both doctors and cancer victims.

Those in the forefront of nutritional and vitamin re­search believe that as long as the body is maintained in positive Vitamin C balance, cancer cells cannot grow and spread; and that good daily doses in fresh fruits and veget­ables as well as in synthetic Vitamin C is the best preventive measure against malignancy.

It is too early to assess the final outcome of the cancer cases treated by large doses of intravenous sodium ascor­bate by injection and by mouth.

A careful, detailed follow up service is necessary to assess continued dosage and the possibility of further I.V. ascorbate to control the disease.

Vitamin C therapists are at present feeling their way, being guided by patient response, trial and error.

A great deal of truly scientific, unbiased research by nutritional biochemists, cancer experts and clinicians must be carried out to assess the role of ascorbic acid in the prevention and control of cancer.

Being non-toxic and therapeutically beneficial, there is no reason why the research should not be done directly with human patients, using it with, not instead of, present or­thodox treatments as a first line of defence rather than as a last-stand ditch in cases already declared hopeless.
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