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Vitamin C can help to fight cancer, US research suggests

Posted February 9, 2014

Large doses of vitamin C may boost chemotherapy’s ability to kill cancer cells, US researchers have found. Intravenous vitamin C could be a potentially safe, effective and low-cost treatment for ovarian and other cancers, said scientists at the University of Kansas.

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Intravenous vitamin C may boost chemo’s cancer-fighting power

Posted February 6, 2014

Large doses of intravenous vitamin C have the potential to boost chemotherapy’s ability to kill cancer cells, according to new laboratory research involving human cells and mice. Vitamin C delivered directly to human and mouse ovarian cancer cells helped kill off those cells while leaving normal cells unharmed, University of Kansas researchers report.

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IV vitamin C helps cancer patients

Posted December 12, 2013

Most cancer patients are vitamin C deficient. In fact, it’s fair to say, most chronically ill people suffer (greatly) from inadequate nourishment. Let’s be real – poor nutrition increases your risk of inflammation, toxicity, chronic fatigue and depression. Bottom line, if the goal is to fully recover from a cancer diagnosis, cancer patients must consume high-quality vitamins and minerals for success.

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IV vitamin C infusions reduce muscle fatigue associated with COPD

Posted December 5, 2013

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a rather vague name for a chronic disorder that inhibits breathing and oxygen delivery to the blood. It manifests in decreased lung capacity from various reasons and inhibits breathing. It can get progressively worse, leading to chronic bronchitis or emphysema.

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FDA approves Clinolipid for intravenous nutrition

Posted October 8, 2013

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Clinolipid (lipid injectable emulsion, USP) for intravenous feeding (parenteral nutrition) in adult patients, providing a source of calories and essential fatty acids for adult patients who are unable to eat or drink. Clinolipid was granted a priority review to help alleviate a drug shortage.

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Intravenous vitamin C shows promise in treating pancreatic cancer

Posted April 1, 2013

Could the use of intravenous vitamin C be an important key in the treatment of metastatic pancreatic cancer? According to one recent medical study, the answer is yes. Patients who had a combination of intravenous vitamin C and chemotherapy did significantly better than the national average of patients just taking chemotherapy alone.

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IV vitamin C achieves clinical success with prostate and breast cancer

Posted September 20, 2012

IV (intravenous) vitamin C therapy has already been clinically proven to markedly improve quality of life for cancer patients, but a new landmark study has shown for the first time it can reduce inflammation and

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Red Clover Isoflavone Supplementation and Menopause

Posted April 30, 2012

In a randomized, placebo-controlled study involving 109 postmenopausal women aged 40 years or older, supplementation with red clover isoflavones (80 mg) for a period of 90 days was found to be associated with significantly decreased symptoms of hot flash/hot flush (73.5%), night sweat frequency (72.2%) and overall menopausal symptom intensity (75.4%). No adverse effects were noted.

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Red Clover Isoflavones in Postmenopausal Women: Skin, Appendages, Mucosal Status

Posted April 30, 2012

In a crossover, placebo-controlled study involving 109 postmenopausal women, supplementation with red clover extract isoflavones was found to improve scalp hair and skin status, libido, mood, sleep, and reduce tiredness.

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Soy May Alleviate Hot Flashes

Posted April 30, 2012

For years, women experiencing the unpleasant effects of hot flashes may have felt frustration from conflicting news stories about whether soy may be of benefit. Perhaps due to small sample sizes and inconsistent study methodology, results often varied. However, a new large-scale statistical analysis, published in Menopause: The Journal of the North American Menopause Association.

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