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Cancer.gov Inquiry - Use Vitamin C for women(pancreatic cancer withlym)
Response By Email (Jill) (10/13/2017 04:07 PM)
Thank you for your e-mail to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) regarding the use of intravenous vitamin C in your mother with pancreatic cancer. This must be a difficult time, and we hope you will find our information helpful.
When taken by intravenous (IV) infusion, vitamin C can reach much higher levels in the blood than when it is taken by mouth. Studies suggest that these higher levels of vitamin C may cause the death of cancer cells in the laboratory. High-dose vitamin C has been studied as a treatment for patients with cancer, however, at this point high-dose vitamin C has not been proven to be a safe and effective treatment for cancer in humans. Some human studies of high-dose IV vitamin C in patients with cancer have shown improved quality of life, as well as improvements in physical, mental, and emotional functions, symptoms of fatigue, nausea and vomiting, pain, and appetite loss. It is important to note that high-dose vitamin C, when combined with some anticancer drugs, may cause them to be less effective. While generally approved as a dietary supplement, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved the use of IV high-dose vitamin C as a treatment for cancer or any other medical condition.
Your mother's medical team is in the best position to advise whether using high-dose vitamin C would be beneficial to her. We do not maintain information on where person's can obtain high-dose vitamin C. Your mother's doctor might have suggestions on where to obtain high-dose vitamin C, if it is appropriate for her.
You can read more about the research that has been done on high-dose vitamin C in people with cancer in the following link. For more detailed information, click on the Health Professional Version link directly below the title.
High-Dose Vitamin C (PDQ®) – Patient Version
Please be aware that the information provided does not constitute medical or legal advice. If this information does not answer your questions, we invite you to contact us again.
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[ Dodano: 2017-10-16, 08:49 ]
a tutaj(1) z kolei znalazłem coś takiego:
Some of the studies showed the vitamin C helped kill more cancer cells:
High-dose vitamin C blocked tumor growth in animal models of pancreatic, liver, prostate, sarcoma, and ovarian cancers and malignant mesothelioma.
High-dose vitamin C combined with chemotherapy in a mouse model of pancreatic cancer showed that the combination treatment shrank tumors more than chemotherapy treatment alone.
Another study showed that vitamin C made a type of light therapy more effective when used to treat mice injected with breast cancer cells.
A study in a mouse model of ovarian cancer showed that combining intravenous high-dose vitamin C with the anticancer drugs carboplatin and paclitaxel made them more effective in treating ovarian cancer.
Sam już nie wiem. W sumie kogo bym się nie pytał to jeden powie, że lepiej podać a drugi że nie ma konkretnych wyników. Jeżeli chodzi o badania kliniczne(1) to jest potencjał ale z kolei National Cancec institute pisze że może osłabiać chemie. Myśle, że nikt mi nie da konkretnej odpowiedzi a jestem w takiej sytuacji, że podał bym mamie wszystko co mogło by jej pomóc ale z drugiej strony nie chciał bym żeby pogorszyło ten stan co już jest albo osłabiło chemie.
(1) - https://www.cancer.gov/ab...-c-pdq#link/_20