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carla72
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Hi.

I need to buy for my grandfather some Vitamin C Intravenous drip or injections...his health is critical...

The doctor prescribed him but it is so hard to find here in NY... the doctor will do the procedure...

Does anyone know where to buy it online???

Thanks in advance!

Carla

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traci43
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I think it needs a Dr. prescription.  I tried several years ago and could not do it.  Perhaps if you bought online through another country.  Good luck and share if you're able to do get some.  Traci

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carla72
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Finally, after long time i found a supplier of Vitamin C IV Drip  from Europe.

My grandfather started the therapy with Vitamin C IV in March 2017 and now his health has improved. Additionally started an oral treatment with CASINOVITA Vitamin B17 - special designed to prevent or cure Cancer.

We will continue till he will be cured.

Thanks

 

archerke
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Hi!  I went to the website for Pasteur (the folks you mentioned in your post) and was not able to see a way to order the vitamin C.  How did you do it?  

I need to order some for my Mom.  She is recovering from the chemo that almost killed her and when I try to get her MD to order vitamin C immunotherapy on her, he gets angry and calls it "fake science."  I believe it will work.  How is your grandfather doing with his treatment?

Thank you!

Krystal

drs
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Hi Carla72!

How is your grandfather doing? How many times a week does he get the High dose vitaminC drop? My mom had cancer and we would like to start the HDVC. Thanks.

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carla72
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We were skeptical when our doctor advised Vitamin C IV therapy to our grandfather, who was diagnosed with advanced liver cancer type 4 and given two weeks to live. It's now been 4 months and he's still with us. Vitamin C Intravenous still continues to save his life every day.
mdiaz7635
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Hi Carla-

My husband is stage 4 prostate cancer, 48 years old.  We have done the IVC while he was doing chemo and even after and it has been great for him.  To get the drip done at an office for us was very costly.  He was a paramedic for 18 years so we know how to run an IV and have found someone here who sells us the Ascorbic Acid at $60/bottle.  We are currently doing 500mg/ml injection in 100ml twice a week (50g).  However this is getting costly.  We got a prescription but has been IMPOSSIBLE to find.  I clicked on the link that you posted for Vitamin C and am wondering how you administer it to your grandfather.  Thank you in advance. At this time I am not interested in the B17.  I still need to do more research on it.

LouisaM
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Hi Carla,

Thank you for the precious information.

3 months ago our order of Vitamin C IV PharmaLife Laboratories came and we were able to start treatment.

Our friend started to feel better.

God bless you

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I will check it out.

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tanstaafl
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The grand old vitamin C doctors started from pure sodium ascorbate crystals USP and sterile water, DIY.   These days many doctors probably buy from an in-state compounding pharmacy.  

The FDA disrupted (inter)national IV vitamin C sales in 2010 of the leading supplier, McGuff, when 25 grams of injectable C cost under $7 and did not require a prescription.  Now, post FDA interference, 25 grams injectable C from McGuff costs over $120 and has many restrictions, with no real improvements.  

Personally I know the FDA is a cause of many high prices and the unavailability of many important old generic items. They have adversely impacted my wife's personal treatment in several ways (and mine too) that are pretty much pure bs and/or corruption.  I think many former members here suffered lots more and died sooner because people often can't overcome the FDA restraints, including interference on important communications and getting cheaper, better generics. We have succeeded, sometimes with absurd levels of directed effort. 

I'll be blunt.  I don't feel protected by the FDA on old, missing generic items, I feel repeatedly mugged and sometimes nearly murdered, where we are actually some of the "lucky ones" - we (several of us) have managed to survive, better and longer anyway.

 

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ThomasH
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I'm also interested in trying out the IV Vitamin C. I've heard that it might be something a natural practitioner might be able to prescribe, but I haven't gone that far here.

Just wondering if any Canadians on here have looked into it at all yet?

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BRHMichigan
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I found several clinics in Michigan who administer Vitamin C intravenously. It's a little tricky as you need to start at 25 grams and work your way up to the max dose of 100g. I have been enjoying these treatments for 4 months. It definitely improves your overall health. I am also on my second month of mistletoe injections which, for me, has made me feel just great. CT scan next month will let us know more. Good luck in finding the Vitamin C. 

jam2289
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I'm in Michigan as well. How has the Vitamin C been going? How did the CT go?

I've never even heard of mistletoe injections. Is that for energy, or something?

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BRHMichigan
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I've had to do fewer of the Vitamin C I.V.s, but they do make me feel quite good. We just can't afford all the alternatives I'd like to do! 

I had never thought about mistletoe, until I found a wonderful integrative oncologist who prescribed it for me. I believe there are only about 50 doctors in the U.S. allowed to prescribe it. It's widely used in Europe. Makes me feel like I'm not sick. Much better energy. It is also anti-cancer but the FDA will not allow that claim. I'll see if my path is working in early April when I get my scan results. 

I also take a number of supplements, eat Mediterranean diet, and exercise as much as I can. 

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I hope things are going well.

 I had a similar problem. One of the many drugs I’ve bee prescribe, had an impossible price tag. It was going to be like $14 per pill and I needed 56 per mont!!! I discovered PlanetDrug.com out of Winnipeg. I purchased the drug at $1.64 per pill. I had no problems and they are very nice people to do business with.

 

Good Luck and God Bless, Dennis

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BRHMichigan
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Wow, that's wonderful that your grandfather responds so well to Vitamin C! Unfortunately, my cancer continues to spread with all I am doing. But I won't give up. Lots of things to try on the horizon.  

Flyersgo
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Hi,  Just joined now to ask mdiaz7635  Where and how can I buy AA - C at $60/ bottle  as my address is in Michigan. Will you please send info? Thank you very much.    Edward

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mdiaz7635 has not been on the forum since May 2018.  Your best bet would be to go to their page (click on their name) and send them a message via the 'Contact User' option at the top of the page. 

Tru

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