Best online version of the protocol on Riordan Clinic site. http://www.riordanclinic.org/research/research-studies/vitaminc/protocol/
New article out of New Zealand
Carr, Vissers, and Cook
Fatigue is a common, often debilitating, side effect of cancer chemotherapy.
Pharmacologic vitamin C has been used as an alternative treatment for the disease
itself but its effects on fatigue have not often been documented. Here we report on the
case of a woman with recurrent breast cancer, undergoing weekly chemotherapy, with
lethargy as a major symptom. Vitamin C (50 g/session) was administered twice
weekly and quality of life and multidimensional fatigue symptomology questionnaires
were undertaken. Dramatic decreases in fatigue and insomnia were observed, as well
as increased cognitive functioning. There were no adverse side effects of i.v. vitamin
Nature, BBC, NBC. Our paper that first showed that cancer-killing vitamin C levels could be achieved in people:
Med Hypotheses. 1995 Mar;44(3):207-13.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7609676
Intravenous ascorbate as a tumor cytotoxic chemotherapeutic agent.
Riordan NH, Riordan HD, Meng X, Li Y, Jackson JA.