Cancer researchers in the US are currently studying the effects of treatment combining chemotherapy or radiotherapy with high doses of vitamin C administered intravenously. The first results, focusing on lung cancer and pancreatic cancer — the two of the disease’s most deadly forms — appear to be encouraging.
Vitamin C levels in the blood can be 100 to 500 times higher when administered intravenously, researchers from the University of Iowa, USA, explain in a study published in Redox Biology. Read more . . .