Cancer Therapy Support: Vitamin C IV

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in those over age 65. 

That's 982 deaths per 100,000 annually that cancer claims. With 100,000, in a population of over 300+ million in the U.S., multiply 982 deaths by 3000, there is a staggering number who die from this disease (over 3 million annually).

Supplying Vitamin C IV regularly has been observed to have a chemotherapeutic effect, and oxidative stress in killing cancer cells. At the same time, it protects the healthy tissue - which is the opposite effect that chemotherapy has on the other parts of the body. IV Vitamin C supports healthy tissue and clears out cancer cells and support the immune system to enable the body to fight the disease.

Dr. Michael Karfeldt shares the benefits of IV Vitamin C in support of those going through cancer treatments. 


Photo by Jessica Lewis on Unsplash. 


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