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Vitamin C again try sciencedaily ;-)
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Rejected Male
2017-06-30 04:12:52 UTC
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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170308083940.htm

Quackwatch was wrong. Whelan is dead.
Taka
2017-06-30 05:56:51 UTC
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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170308083940.htm
Quackwatch was wrong. Whelan is dead.
"Vitamin C has previously been shown to be effective as a non-toxic anti-cancer agent in studies by Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling and was recently shown to reduce mortality by 25% on breast cancer patients in Japan. However, its effects on CSC activity have not been previously evaluated and in this context, it behaves as an inhibitor of glycolysis, which fuels energy production in mitochondria, the "powerhouse" of the cell."

Hmmmmm, but to get clinically effective dose yo need to go intravenous. If yo restrict carbs at the same time the cancer cells will "suffocate" with VitC which they mistake for sugar ;-) And finally kick their ass by inhaling pure oxygen or go to O2 capsule.....
Rejected Man
2017-06-30 21:09:11 UTC
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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170308083940.htm
Quackwatch was wrong. Whelan is dead.
"Vitamin C has previously been shown to be effective as a non-toxic anti-cancer agent in studies by Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling and was recently shown to reduce mortality by 25% on breast cancer patients in Japan. However, its effects on CSC activity have not been previously evaluated and in this context, it behaves as an inhibitor of glycolysis, which fuels energy production in mitochondria, the "powerhouse" of the cell."
Hmmmmm, but to get clinically effective dose yo need to go intravenous. If yo restrict carbs at the same time the cancer cells will "suffocate" with VitC which they mistake for sugar ;-) And finally kick their ass by inhaling pure oxygen or go to O2 capsule.....
Oh my.... the physican keeps his job.
Other substances may enhance the effectiveness toward a lower dose such that the parental approach may not be needed. Grasping at straws?
Perhaps quercetin, a specific anthocynanin or some cruder extract like pine bark extract or grape seed extract in the push for cancer stem cell apoptosis? There are bits of evidence towards this being possible.

Or maybe justing slowing the spread of cancer could push the organism towards survival. Perhaps some acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid for the road.

It is only you here, Taka. Greetings.

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