Vitamin C – cancer, the still undefeated disease
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) plays a vital role in the formation of tumours.
In 1971, studies showed that Vitamin C inhibits the growth of sarcoma, a particularly malignant form of cancer, in animals. In 1980, “Nature” magazine reported that relatively good treatment chances can be achieved using Vitamin C and copper.
More studies showed that Vitamin C is even more effective when combined with selenium and zinc. This leads to the conclusion that Vitamin C is poison for cancer cells.
Studies conducted by Cameron and Campbell, as well as by Cameron and Pauling in the 70’s showed that administering high-dose Vitamin C prolonged the life expectancy of cancer patients significantly.
Patients treated with Vitamin C lived 210 days longer than the others. Japanese studies also yielded similar results.
Since the Vitamin C infusion therapy is very well tolerated, Dr. Hartung is convinced that Vitamin C should be used to treat cancer patients whenever it is possible.