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Starman
01-07-2005, 14:04
Hello to All,

I am looking for a medical professional in the Moscow area that can treat a patient for general good health with Intravenous Vitamin C in large doses, of some 60+ grams per a 2 hour period, a few times a week.

It must be someone who knows waht they are doing as there can be compllications. We need to start this treatment soon.

I can get this person much technical medical information to do the treatment.

Thank you very much!

DPG
01-07-2005, 14:38
I'm sure that most pay-per-visit clinics here would inject you with 10kg of woodpulp every 5 minutes if you paid them enough...

May I ask what the treatment you mention above is used for? It's just that I have never heard of anyone taking vitamin C in dosages even approaching those you mention...

ghost 6-3
01-07-2005, 17:29
I doubt you will find a 'medical professional' who will do what you are asking.

I think it is a Hypocratic oath thing. Or the risk of legal action.

Shatneresque
01-07-2005, 17:30
Hello to All,

I am looking for a medical professional in the Moscow area that can treat a patient for general good health with Intravenous Vitamin C in large doses, of some 60+ grams per a 2 hour period, a few times a week.

It must be someone who knows waht they are doing as there can be compllications. We need to start this treatment soon.

I can get this person much technical medical information to do the treatment.

Thank you very much!
Why can you not take the vitamin C orally? :confused:

mediashark
01-07-2005, 17:43
It can be hard on the stomach, as it is for me sometimes. (Vit C is acidic)

There's a medical centre, quite professional though a bit on the high side sometimes, neat m. Park Kutury. Medical Center Zdravnitsa-Lyuks tel 247-00-06 (not sure which dept it goes to, not sure if it's reception). I think they can do it on their premises and charge per visit.

Starman
02-07-2005, 14:45
It can be hard on the stomach, as it is for me sometimes. (Vit C is acidic)

There's a medical centre, quite professional though a bit on the high side sometimes, neat m. Park Kutury. Medical Center Zdravnitsa-Lyuks tel 247-00-06 (not sure which dept it goes to, not sure if it's reception). I think they can do it on their premises and charge per visit.

I will give your referral a try Monday.

Starman
02-07-2005, 15:59
Essentially my understanding of MegaC treatment is that it is divided into
two main groups: cancerous and non-cancerous.

First the non-cancerous: which is further divided into 3 sub-groups:
viruses, bacterial infections, and toxins. I have personal experience with
all three. The info that I have is that the non-cancerous treatments are
close to 100% effective; if the treatment is done properly. The secret is
that one must do the treatment hard, and often quick, if it is to work.

So far, everyone that I have talked with that didn't get good results, did
not use enough. The best analogy I know of is of putting out a fire. If
you put out 10% or even 90% of the fire and quit; the fire burns off the
water and comes back just as strong.

For treatment, the model is that you take 5 grams (5,000 milligrams!) every
15 minutes until you start getting diarrhea ("bowel tolerance"), which "puts
the fire out". Then, you take some more for good measure. (You "douse the
ashes" until you are sure. This is important mostly for viruses.)

I take about 3 grams a day when I am not sick. If I take more I start to
get diarrhea. The body uses what it needs; and expels the excess as
diarrhea. If one is sick; then he needs to take MegaC hard, and maybe
quick; until it is completely knocked out. You know it is about knocked
out; when you start to get the diarrhea.

My first time to try it on a cold was unsuccessful. I started treatment
after some 2 1/2 days after getting the bug. It was "Sorry Charlie", too
late! Not any noticeable effect. It took a few tries for me to stock up on
ascorbic acid and catch on. For a virus, one should start taking MegaC
right away; 24 hours after you catch the bug is usually too late. (I
personally take 1 gram tablets; but its better if you use powdered ascorbic
acid.)

My first successful treatment went OK. I started after about 3 hours of
getting the bug. I gobbled down 45 grams in about 1.5 hours. It killed
it; but I wished I had started sooner. I had heavy diarrhea with a gaseous
and tight stomach.

My best success with a cold was when I started after about 30 minutes of
getting strong cold symptoms. It took some 40 grams to kill it; and I felt
better than my first successful attempt. Another time, I killed a cold with
only 20 grams of MegaC.

My hardest MegaC success was 45 minutes after I began getting strong flu
symptoms. I took a total of 120 grams of MegaC before I knocked it out.
My stomach was in hell; but my head felt great again and no flu!! Next time
with similar symptoms, I would start out with 20 - 30 grams first gobble;
then change to 5 grams per gobble; first every 5 minutes, slowing to 10
minutes per gobble when the symptoms seem to lessen, then maybe to 15
minutes per gobble until I get diarrhea, and then another 10% - 15% in grams
to make sure I totally "douse the flames". It might take 50 grams or maybe
even 250 grams; but I would kill it!!!

I had a MegaC success with a bacterial infection. I had a cyst deep under
my skin near my elbow that burst underneath. In a matter of hours, it
started swelling until it was the volume of about 2 golf balls!! (Using a
little doctor lingo here!) This went on for 3 days; and then my skin burst
and it started leaking. I wrapped my arm in a towel to sleep. (I couldn't
afford to go to the hospital.) I was getting annoyed with the situation; so
I decided to MegaC it. I gobbled down 40 grams and went to sleep as I was
very tired. In 6 hours the size of the puss had decreased by about 95% !
(No diarrhea as I didn't finish it off.) It healed up fine in a couple of
days.

Then, my wild escapades with food poisoning. To save money, I went to a
"surplus grocery" store and bought over 50 cans of assorted canned goods.
About 1/4 or more of the canned food was bad. I think that maybe some of
the cans were over 10 years old!

I got sick on one can; but ignored it. Then, after about 5 cans I got a
really bad one. I had heavy symptoms: ears ringing, dizziness, nausea; I
started shaking, and then went into convulsions. I couldn't go to the
hospital. I could barely see. I thought that MegaC would help. I
staggered over, grabbed the Vitamin C, and gobbled down 55 grams in less
than 10 minutes. To my relief, the symptoms went away in about 10 minutes.
My stomach was in hell for a while, with lots of diarrhea.

I was stubborn, and didn't want to throw the food away. I would get used to
it! After a few deadly serious and several minor poisonings, I grew tired
of the situation. I figured it was costing more in Vitamin C than the food
was worth; so I threw the last cans away! But, treating a deadly serious
poisoning for less than $2 is not bad!

One consideration here is that if I was not sick; there is no way that I
could take even 5 grams of Vitamin C orally without getting heavy diarrhea,
or 10 grams without getting very heavy diarrhea. Therefore, my taking 20+
grams before getting diarrhea is fair proof that I was indeed coming down
with something.

I have had no other incidents with toxins; but Dr. Thomas Levy told of an
interesting episode. A friend had a dog that was friendly and frisky upon
his arrival at the friend's house. Then suddenly, the dog was acting sick,
and finally was lying on the floor. His breathing was hard and he was weak.
They took him to the vet; who thought he had a fatal disease (I forget
what). Dr. Levy thought that this was unlikely as the disease takes much
more time to develop in any mammal. Then, the dog could barely breathe, and
the vet said that he was going to die. Dr. Levy talked the vet into giving
him some MegaC that he had in his car. They shot a high dose (equal to some
300 grams in a 150 lb. human) syringe full directly into an artery. In 15
minutes the dog was up and walking, and within 30 minutes he was wagging his
tail and frisky. After they got back to the friend's house they checked out
the dog thoroughly, and found 2 close puncture wounds on the dog. The dog
had been bitten by a snake!

Dr. Levy only reports clinical events in his book and on his website. He
has a great book on MegaC treatment for viruses, bacterial infections, and
toxins.
http://www.tomlevymd.com/
Safety of high doses; Dr. Levy says you cannot OD on Vit C!:
http://www.tomlevymd.com/vcfour.htm

In the U.S., a doctor cannot prescribe MegaC as a cancer treatment; but can
prescribe and use MegaC as a treatment for general health.

I have been told that Russian law is about the same as American as far as
MegaC is concerned; but I am not sure if this is true.

Sadly, the remission rate of MegaC treatment for cancer is only about 30% -
50%. And, since "bowel tolerance" does not apply; the only way to get
enough in the body is intravenously (as Sodium Ascorbate). The successes
seem to be at levels of 60+ grams within a two hour period, repeated a few
times a week. It seems that MegaC sometimes works when chemotherapy does
not work; and maybe vice versa. Not only does MegaC not interfere with
chemotherapy; but it actually enhances it. Some doctors are having better
results using other medicines with MegaC.

The patient in Moscow has 2 cysts in the thyroid, one of which is some 2.5
cm in diameter. The thyroid is giving her problems. Her doctor is
currently advising a "wait and see" approach. If things get worse, she may
need surgery within a few months. Surgery on the thyroid will cause her
problems. I figure since MegaC will not harm her, she has nothing to lose.
She could give it a shot, even if the remission possibility is only 30%.

There are complications with intravenous MegaC cancer treatment such that
one needs a knowledgeable person to give the treatment. I think that the
possible problems are fever, hypocalcaemia, hypoglycemia, and internal
bleeding.

In case of fever, slow down the infusion of Vitamin C. Be ready for a
possible calcium infusion. Let the patient eat during the IV to keep the
blood sugar up.

The cause of the internal bleeding is that sometimes cancer cells are killed
so quickly that they die off and expose open veins or arteries that bleed.
You need someone who can handle these situations.

As you know there is a lot of corruption in politics. Likewise there is a
lot of corruption in the medical industry. People want to do good; but they
are not in a position to do so.
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If the treatments are not said to be intravenous, then MegaC is taken
orally. In some cases as much as 500 grams of MegaC is taken per day!

The alternative medicine doctors attitude is that calling Vitamin C a
vitamin is like calling Mount Everest a hill.

Some MegaC sources:

Dr. Linus Pauling
http://www.paulingtherapy.com/page2.html

Dr. Cathcart
http://www.orthomed.com/

Intravenous Vitamin C for Cancer treatment
http://www.brightspot.org/cresearch/intravenousc.shtml

Vitamin C foundation
http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/

Other MegaC Sites and Pages
http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/
http://www.brightspot.org/
http://www.megac.org/
http://www.cforyourself.com/
http://www.doctoryourself.com/vitaminc.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/vitciv.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/titration.html
http://www.doctoryourself.com/strategies.html

Dr. Burzynski - non-toxic cancer therapy, FDA controlled
http://www.cancermed.com/

Sad Experiences with Conventional Radiation and Chemotherapy
http://www.ouralexander.org/
http://members.shaw.ca/cancerconspiracy/links.htm

Good overall Health Site, has info on MegaC
http://www.doctoryourself.com/index.html

Shatneresque
02-07-2005, 16:25
Shades of Mr. Wu! :suspect:

Some interesting info here, though....

Shatneresque
02-07-2005, 16:29
It can be hard on the stomach, as it is for me sometimes. (Vit C is acidic)
I was going to say that it's water-soluble, too, meaning that you have to have the treatments regularly, as your body doesn't store it. This must be expensive and a bit inconvenient, no...? :confused: