Beat colorectal cancer with vitamin C infusions
In 1976, Linus Pauling proposed a bold new treatment for cancer—high doses of vitamin C.
Don’t feel bad if you haven’t heard of him. In spite of being the only scientist to win two Nobel prizes, he’s relatively unknown today. The popular opinion is that he was a total quack.
This opinion may be about to change…
That’s because a new study shows that Pauling was right.
Researchers at Cornell have learned that giving mice high doses of vitamin C killed tumor cells known to cause colorectal cancer. And by high doses, I mean the equivalent of 300 oranges.
Now, before you go running to the supermarket, keep in mind that these doses were delivered intravenously. When it’s injected into your arteries, the ascorbic acid in vitamin C morphs into a compound that kills cancer cells and prevents new ones from growing.
Don’t be surprised if the AMA tries to bury this study. Oncologists make big money pitching chemotherapy to their patients. They neglect to tell you that chemo will destroy your immune system and cause secondary cancers to develop.
You want to talk numbers? A 14-year study showed that chemo helped a mere 5.8% of rectal cancer patients. For colon cancer sufferers, the survival rate was even smaller: 1.8%.
Take a moment to let that sink in. 1.8%.
But that’s no reason to lose hope.
Now that the health benefits of vitamin C are undeniable, there are plenty of alternative docs who can provide intravenous vitamin C treatments. Even the National Cancer Institute-approved clinic at University of Kansas is promoting this cutting-edge treatment.
Don’t bother pouring yourself a tall glass of orange juice. To kill these cancer cells, your intestine needs to absorb a high concentration of vitamin C. That level is simply impossible to achieve with oral doses.
To get healthier, you have to go to a clinic for vitamin C infusions, and you have to go often. I’m talking at least twice a week for several months. That’s how long it takes for vitamin C to kill cancer cells.
I know that sounds expensive, but it’s not so bad when you compare it to chemo. After all, your typical chemo package costs $100,000 a year.
That’s a whole lot of money for a pill that could kill you.
Make the smart choice. Give vitamin C a shot.