alternative cancer treatment

Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN)

At regular strength, this drug is used to help drug addicts recover by blocking their ability to get a high. At low doses, it has received significant attention as miracle therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (go search for "low dose naltrexone" on youtube and you'll see what I mean). It also addresses other immune disorders such as Crohn's and Lupus. Finally, it has also gotten press on it's ability to boost the cancer patient's immune systems. It's cheap and apparently has little to zero toxicity and side-effects.

Ozone for cancer?

I'm starting to look into this "alternative" modality. It's widely touted by alternative doctors as beneficial for cancer and even a possible "cure". I haven't formed an opinion on it yet.


Topical Vitamin C claimed to heal Basal Cell carcinoma

basal cell carcinomaHere's a really fascinating report on topical vitamin C being used to heal Basal Cell carcinoma: Fascinating report on topical vitamin C for basal cell carcinoma

Intravenous Vitamin C

Intravenous Ascorbic Acid (IVAA) is not the same as oral vitamin C. The key difference is with IVAA is direct injection into the blood stream results in plasma levels that cannot be achieved orally.

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