Vitamin C's role in the fight against Cancer:
Vitamin C can be provided in what is considered low or high doses intravenously. Up to 25 grams is considered low dose and anti-oxidative. 50 to 75 grams is considered high dose, delivering an oxidative effect. With high dosing, "Vitamin C therapy kills cancer cells through the process of oxidation. Studies suggest that antioxidants actually promote oxidation while circulating in very high concentrations in the blood, a process tolerated by healthy cells because of their high catalase content.
Catalase is an enzyme that neutralizes oxidation and is not found within tumors, the way it is found abundantly within healthy cells. Vitamin C therapy for cancer utilizes this oxidative effect to target cancer cells directly."
Other resources: https://www.cancertutor.com/vitaminc_ivc/ https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cancer/expert-answers/alternative-cancer-treatment/faq-20057968 https://utopiawellness.com/vitamin-c-and-cancer/
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