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Vitamin C deficient stem cells more likely to turn into leukemia

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 23,564 people lost their lives to leukemia in 2014 alone. The most common form of cancer among children and teens, leukemia also strikes adults – especially as they age. Unfortunately, to make matters worse, none of these patients probably heard about how vitamin C could help in the healing process.

Vitamin C attacks bacteria linked to heartburn and ulcers

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 25 million Americans will develop a gastric ulcer at some point in their lives. Although most ulcers can be successfully treated, in rare cases untreated gastric ulcers can cause life-threatening complications – including internal bleeding, perforation of the stomach lining and peritonitis. If conventionally-trained physicians only knew more about how vitamin c can help – they could help so many more people.

High dose vitamin C found to be a safe and effective addition to cancer treatment

It’s official: Vitamin C can not only be safely combined with conventional cancer treatment, but it can lead to better survival outcomes, and a longer life, for people suffering from glioblastoma – a highly aggressive form of brain cancer. In research published just last month, researchers used doses of vitamin C that were from 800 to 1,000 times higher than the recommended daily amount – all without major adverse effects. The only question, now, is when will

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Vitamin C attacks bacteria linked to heartburn and ulcers

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 25 million Americans will develop a gastric ulcer at some point in their lives. Although most ulcers can be successfully treated, in rare cases untreated gastric ulcers can cause life-threatening complications – including internal bleeding, perforation of the stomach lining and peritonitis. If conventionally-trained physicians only knew more about how vitamin c can help – they could help so many more people.

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Vitamin C Does Reverse Cancer— Now It’s On Track For Approval As A Chemo Alternative

Vitamin C Does Reverse Cancer— Now It’s On Track For Approval As A Chemo Alternative

High-dose vitamin C does kill cancer—but only when it’s given intravenously. It’s now just a few steps away from being approved as a safe and effective cancer treatment alongside chemotherapy and radiation.

Although researchers have tested the vitamin as a cancer therapy many times, they almost always concluded that it was ineffective—but they were guaranteeing failure by giving it orally to patients.

Vitamin C Does Reverse Cancer— Now It’s On Track For Approval As A Chemo Alternative

Vitamin C Does Reverse Cancer— Now It’s On Track For Approval As A Chemo Alternative

High-dose vitamin C does kill cancer—but only when it’s given intravenously. It’s now just a few steps away from being approved as a safe and effective cancer treatment alongside chemotherapy and radiation.

Although researchers have tested the vitamin as a cancer therapy many times, they almost always concluded that it was ineffective—but they were guaranteeing failure by giving it orally to patients.

High dose vitamin C may stop the progression of leukemia, study reveals

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that leukemia – cancer of the blood and bone marrow – claimed 23,564 lives in 2014 alone. Now, exciting new research shows that a six-month regimen of high-dose intravenous vitamin C slowed the progression of leukemia by stopping leukemic cells from multiplying. The study builds upon other research that demonstrates vitamin C’s potential to inhibit and even kill cancer cells – without harming healthy tissue. Let’s take a closer look at how vitamin C is demonstrating its amazing potential to fight cancer.

Vitamin C found to block growth of cancer stem cells, says peer reviewed study

Increasingly, researchers are discovering the role played by cancer stem cells in the growth and spread of the disease. In groundbreaking new research, vitamin C showed its ability to target cancer stem cells and stop their growth – preventing the recurrence of tumors.

Vitamin C found to block growth of cancer stem cells, says peer reviewed study

Increasingly, researchers are discovering the role played by cancer stem cells in the growth and spread of the disease. In groundbreaking new research, vitamin C showed its ability to target cancer stem cells and stop their growth – preventing the recurrence of tumors. Although mainstream medicine has been slow to accept the cancer-fighting properties of vitamin C, the exciting results of this study could help to change that.

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