Vitamin C / treatment of the breast cancer/ treatment information
Effect of Vitamin C on the breast cancer/mammary carcinoma
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) traps harmful free radicals and makes them harmless. Healthy cells are protected from degeneration. This supports the immune system and strengthens it in the fight against the breast cancer. Healthy cells are not damaged. The Vitamin C is transported to the cancer cells through the blood. The high concentration of Vitamin C specifically targets the cancer cells and kills them. Healthy cells are not affected. Many doctors use Vitamin C successfully in the treatment of cancer. This treatment has proven successful in patients suffering from breast cancer. The Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl has years of experience in this treatment method and has been using this method specifically to treat patients with breast cancer.
Vitamin C and other therapies in fighting the breast cancer/mammary carcinoma
The Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl treats patients suffering from breast cancer using naturopathic cancer therapies. In naturopathic cancer therapy, the high-dose Vitamin C infusion is combined with therapies such as:
- Intravenous curcuma / curcumin
- B17 intravenous therapies
- Detoxification with intravenous infusions
- DCA treatments intravenous
- Ozone therapy intravenous
- Mistletoe therapy s.c.
- Virotherapy/oncolytic viruses/Rigvir
- NADH (coenzyme 1)intravenous infusions
- Base infusions (against the hyperacidity of the cancer)
- Oncothermia / local hyperthermia
- and other alternative healing methods.
The breast cancer treatment is optimized for each patient individually.
Vitamin C and NADH (coenzyme 1) in fighting breast cancer
Vitamin C can be combined very well with other medications in the treatment of breast cancer. The therapeutic effect of Vitamin C is very well complemented byNADH (coenzyme 1).
NADH (coenzyme 1) boosts the production of ATP energy in cells.
Just like Vitamin C, NADH (coenzyme 1) is a powerful antioxidant.
NADH (coenzyme 1) repairs the DNA of damaged cells.
Due to the above properties, it is recommended that patients suffering from breast cancer be treated with NADH (coenzyme 1) infusions.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C and NADH (coenzyme 1) therapies in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and base infusions in fighting breast cancer
Patients suffering from breast cancer should receive a combination of Vitamin C and base infusions. The base infusions reduce the hyperacidity of the tumour, and the painful and irritated tissue is relieved and can regenerate.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C with base infusions in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and DCA in fighting breast cancer
A combination of Vitamin C and DCA (dichloroacetate) can be very well suited for treatment of patients suffering from breast cancer.
The functioning of the mitochondria in the breast cancer cells is repaired. DCA can normalise the mitochondrial function and induce apoptosis. This inhibits cell proliferation and slows down tumour growth.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C therapy with DCA therapy in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and oncothermia (local hyperthermia) in fighting breast cancer
Oncothermia (local hyperthermia) is an artificial fever treatment method that can easily be combined with Vitamin C treatment. Patients suffering from breast cancer receive fever therapy at the points where the cancer cells are still present or suspected. The immune system is activated by the fever and can fight the cancer cells. Vitamin C, with its immunostimulant properties, can boost the effect of oncothermia (local hyperthermia) significantly.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C with oncothermia (local hyperthermia) in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and curcuma (curcumin) in fighting breast cancer
A combination of Vitamin C and curcuma (curcumin) can be very well suited for treatment of patients suffering from breast cancer. Curcuma (curcumin) activates the genes responsible for apoptosis (cell death) and has properties that can inhibit the development of blood vessels in the tumour tissue. Combining these properties with the immunostimulatory effects of Vitamin C has proven to be very effective in fighting breast cancer.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C with curcuma (curcumin) therapies in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and ozone therapy in fighting breast cancer
Ozone is an energised form of oxygen. It has a disinfecting effect.
At low concentrations, ozone can mobilise the body’s defences and activate the immune system. It also boosts the effect of Vitamin C in cancer treatment.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl near Strasbourg, Dr. Hartung uses this combination in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and Vitamin B17 (amygdalin) in fighting breast cancer
Vitamin B17 (amygdalin) is a natural substance. Studies have shown that Vitamin B17 (amygdalin) can be considered as a poison for cancer cells. Some doctors use the term “natural chemotherapy” when describing therapy with Vitamin B17 (amygdalin). When combined with Vitamin C, Vitamin B17 (amygdalin) is well suited for treatment of breast cancer.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C with Vitamin B17 (amygdalin) therapies in the treatment of breast cancer.
Vitamin C and artemisinin (artesunate) in fighting breast cancer
Artemisinin (artesunate) is a natural substance. Different studies have shown that artemisinin (artesunate) can attack and kill cancer cells. Iron reacts with artemisinin (artesunate) to produce free radicals. Programmed cell death can be set in motion in the mitochondria. Vitamin C treatment complements artemisinin therapy very well.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, Dr. Hartung combines Vitamin C with artemisinin (artesunate) therapies in the treatment of breast cancer.
In the case of breast cancer, we administer the Vitamin C infusions 2-5 times during the therapy week since cancer patients often suffer from a Vitamin C deficiency that they are not aware of. Conventional treatment, such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy, consume large amounts of Vitamin C. The mucous membranes of the cancer patients are often affected. Oral ingestion of the Vitamin C doses is not possible. This is why in biological cancer treatment we administer Vitamin C infusions to patients with breast cancer.
Material needed for the Vitamin C infusion
- 1 g to 15 g of Vitamin C / ascorbic acid
- 100 ml or 250 ml isotonic saline solution
- Transfer set for sterile liquids
- Infusion set
At the beginning of the Vitamin C infusion therapy, the injection bottle is first pierced with a transfer set. Make sure that the transfer set is only held at the protective sleeve. The infusion bottle is set up upright and the top part of the sleeve removed from the transfer set. Next, the bottle is placed on the transfer set and all the contents left to flow into the infusion bottle. The transfer set is then removed and the content in the bottle mixed by swirling gently. The infusion tools can now be attached. The infusion solution should not be too cold. The infusion may only be administered by an experienced doctor.
How is the Vitamin C infusion administered?
The venous tourniquet is first placed on the upper arm. The spot where the vein should be punctured is disinfected. Next, the vein is compressed and injected using the hypodermic needles. Plaster is then used to hold the needle. The punctured spot should be visible. The infusion is attached once the tube of the hypodermic needle (cannula) is filled with blood. It must be ensured that the infusion tube is completely filled with the Vitamin C solution. The infusion can then be connected and the flow regulator opened. Here as well we want to emphasise that a Vitamin C infusion may only be administered by a doctor or supervised by one.
Simultaneous deacidification and administration of enzymes can complement the treatment very well.
Advantages of biological therapy for cancer:
- no side effects
- no anaesthesia
- no complications
- no pain
- better quality of life
What can I do to prevent breast cancer?
Healthy nutrition is a vital remedy. Healthy foods can be used therapeutically to fight breast cancer. Certain foods can reduce oxidative stress and strengthen the body’s immune system and repair system. A healthy diet helps the immune system to fight cancer cells, toxins, pathogens, and bacteria.
It is well known that:
- Selenium supports the repair processes in cells. Selenium improves the effect of chemotherapy in breast cancer.
- Zinc seems to reduce the spread of cancer cells. It helps in the destruction of breast cancer cells.
- Broccoli activates the immune system. It inhibits tumour formation, slows down tumour growth, and reduces the division of cancer cells.
- Thymus enzymes can have a very good healing effect in breast cancer patients.
- Pomegranates are very healthy. Apparently, they make it difficult for the tumour to form new blood vessels and spread.
It is clear that one can influence metabolic processes through a healthy diet. It must be ensured that the diet is not too one-sided and that body substance is not lost. Too much weight loss can weaken the body, something that is undesirable in cancer patients.
Alternative breast cancer treatments
Alternative breast cancer treatments regard breast cancer/mammary carcinoma not as an isolated disease, but as an expression of a malfunction of the entire body. They focus on holistic, gentle, non-toxic and well tolerated treatment. Good naturopathic cancer treatment is always adapted individually to the patient. Holistic cancer therapy also takes into account the special needs and living conditions of the patient.
At the Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl, we work out an individual therapy plan with every breast cancer patient who comes to us for treatment. The type of infusion, the specific composition, and the suitable combination depend on the disease and the general condition of the patient. Our breast cancer treatment does not end when you leave the centre. You are given a plan detailing how you should take the medication. The one-week outpatient cancer therapy at our Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre in Kehl is recommended once or twice a year.
Information about breast cancer/mammary cancer
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in northern Europe. If it is recognised early, chances of recovery are usually good.
Breast cancer can be recognised at an early stage through gynaecological check-ups. Women are advised to examine their breasts once a month.
Breast cancer, also known as mammary carcinoma, is a malignant tumour of the mammary glands. In rare cases, breast cancer can also occur in men.
The causes of the disease are still not fully understood. The disease usually occurs spontaneously. However, certain risk factors that favour the disease have been identified. These include: advanced age, obesity, lack of exercise, ingestion of female sex hormones, childlessness, and hereditary factors.
Initially, breast cancer does not cause any pain. Patients often notice a hardening of the breast, a change in the nipple, or even a difference in the size of the breasts. This prompts them to visit a doctor, who then conducts further diagnoses.
One suitable method at the start is clinical examination (palpation of the breast by the doctor). Other good methods include mammography and the ultrasound screening of the breast. One can also check for the CEA and CA 15-3 tumour markers in the blood.
Therapeutically, conventional medicine treats breast cancer through surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, anti-hormone therapy, and immunotherapy. There are also a variety of naturopathic therapy options.
The Alternative Cancer Treatment Centre (Dr. Hartung) in Kehl, near Strasbourg, uses Vitamin C infusions and other naturopathic methods to treat breast cancer patients.