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High dose vitamin C may worsen cancer chemotherapy results

Posted Oct 01 2008 4:12pm 1 Comment - In pre-clinical studies, vitamin C in higher doses appears to substantially reduce the effectiveness of anticancer chemotherapy, say researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. These new findings, published in the October 1, 2008 issue of Cancer Research, a publication of the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR), came from studying laboratory cancer cells and [...]
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Well this is a good thing! This means that Vitamin C in such high doses does have an effect and it even intervenes with the High toxic chemical chemotherapy and does the job instead. All chemotherapy does is it kills cells...all of them.. Vitamin C in high dose becomes toxic as well, but ONLY for cancerous cells. This makes a lot of sense since thats how our body should work and vitamin C is crucial for our body to survive and aid and build our immune system so it can KILL "alien intruders".

In general I do have to point out that this posted bit of the artical is very misleading and without any substance.

 "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" - Hippocrates

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