I hope Vit C therapy is your hero, Cherie. Don't see how frequently you are receiving the infusions.
Found this link to The University of Kansas Medical Center, an NCI designated institution that may help answer some questions for the curious among us:http://www.kucancercenter.org/patient-c ... ion-clinic
Also several sources within the holistic community on the internet link to this facility as far as research & lists their IV Vit C Protocol:https://riordanclinic.org/research-stud ... -protocol/
From what I've read VitC infusions start slowly, gradually build up based on your labs, body, cancer type & spread. So you might start out 2- 3X/week, then level off + a bazillion supplements, no doubt. Interestingly the above two sources say it does not interfere w/chemo, considered a pro-oxidant vs antioxidant.
I know someone doing it, monthly maintenance now IV Vit C @ $120 a pop for breast cancer, 20 something herbs & supplements that vary depending...NED due to double mastectomy, the dreaded HER 2 positive, 8% remission rate, told by 3 oncs that she was terminal, still NED 3 yrs now, refused adjuvant chemo. At this point she is still coughing up between $1000 to $1500/monthly out of pocket which includes traditional medical copays. I'm sure the cost of infusions vary depending on patient needs & what's in it.
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