We have found that our adjunctive therapy potentiates the effectiveness of chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy against cancer cells, while diminishing the negative effects to the healthy cells; this tends to result in less unwanted side effects. That being said, chemotherapy, when used as the sole treatment for advanced stage disease, is palliative at best. A study published in December of 2004 in the British journal,"Clinical Oncology," reported that for most adult malignancies, chemotherapy was minimally effective in increasing 5 year survival.
At the Institute, most cancer patients will require two-three intravenous infusions per week, at least for the first 1-2 months. This will require that you have an intravenous line placed (such as a PIC line or central line) that can remain for at least a few months. Our intravenous infusions consist of not only vitamin C, but also other antioxidants such as intravenous vitamin E, and alpha lipoic acid. These antioxidants work synergistically and increase the effectiveness of vitamin C. Multiple oral medicines, injections, and supplements must be taken daily, with the goal being to cut off as many pathways for cancer growth as possible. Chemotherapy and or radiation, if indicated, can be administered locally or though periodic visits to the oncologist of your choice. Laboratory and imaging studies will have to be performed prior to initiation of therapy, as well as periodically, to follow the progression or regression of disease.
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