Monday, July 13, 2009

High Dose Vitamin C and Glioblastoma

I currently am treating 3 Glioblastomas ( Very Aggressive Brain Cancer)
All 3 are doing very well, all are successfully beating the odds given to them. The longest now is 8 months past dead*, not just suviving but thriving.

All 3 have had changes to the look of the tumor( less vascular, more fibrotic and encapsulated). One Surgeon said " it (tumor) , previously inoperable, because the tumor had the consistancy of Jello and they can't cut it out " . Now after Vitamin C , "it looks like it was irradiated, which I know you did not have ", and now is easily removable. Mr M., was previously told to go home and get his affairs in order that when it grew back they coud not offer a 3rd surgery.After several weeks of treatment the MD re-scanned Mr. M., and called him to say, "the tumor had changed and now was operable". The Surgeon was amazed. Surgery was scheduled and the outcome noiw has greatly improved. The patient negotiated the proceedure and the recovery well without much difficulty and without losing any time or function.

Mr. M., was off the OR table in 4 hours... out of hosp in 5 days and back in the office getting his infusions of Vitamin C in 8 days post surgery. All 3 Brain Cancer Patients have changed the look on their Oncologists faces by continuing to prove their prognosis inaccurate.......It may have been the Dr's perception, but it has not been the patients reality.........
Thank God For Vitamin C.

* Dead = Date MD told the patient when they would be dead by.


  1. I am not surprised to read the outcome using vitamin c, In a recent report in the New England Medical Journal 2013 it was found that the aggressive brain cancer Glioblastoma was caused by a virus called Cytomegalovirus. As vitamin c can destroy virus' if used in very high doses such as IV infusions it makes sense to use it in the treatment of brain cancer, and other cancers. For those patients who don't have access to vitamin c infusions, using a Liposomed form should have a therapeutic effect.

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