IV Therapy for Cancer and Chemotherapy

Although there are more than 100 different types of cancer, they all have one thing in common. Cancer begins when cells anywhere in the body grow out of control and prevent the growth and development of normal cells. Something that is especially important to understand about cancer is that it is not just one disease. Cancer is a combination of several diseases with origination in the lungs, brain, blood, colon, skin, or any number of other places.

In normal circumstances, the cells of the body die off when they are worn out or damaged and new cells replace them. When cancer is present, the replacement cells grow uncontrollably and lead to the development of tumors. Cancer cells can also spread beyond their original point of origination. The name for this process is metastasis. The type of cancer someone is diagnosed with dictates how fast the disease may spread. Even if it spreads to multiple areas in the body, doctors still refer to the cancer by where it originated. For example, lung cancer remains lung cancer even if it has spread to the liver, spleen, and kidneys.

Typical Cancer Symptoms and Treatments

As with metastasis, the number and severity of symptoms that a person experiences depends on the specific type of cancer that he or she has.

General symptoms associated with several different types of cancer include:

  • Change in bowel habits
  • Cough, hoarseness, or difficulty swallowing
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Lumps on the body
  • Non-healing sores
  • Pain
  • Skin changes
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Unusual bleeding

Even when a person exhibits several of these symptoms, it can take a long time to receive a definitive diagnosis of cancer. If the tumors are small enough, a doctor may attempt surgery to remove them. Chemotherapy to shrink cancerous tumors is the most common way that doctors with traditional medical training treat cancer. Although often effective, chemotherapy causes harsh side effects in many people. These include nausea, vomiting, extreme fatigue, mood changes, and loss of all hair on the scalp.

Fighting Cancer and the Effects of Chemotherapy with Intravenous Therapy

Intravenous (IV) therapy involves receiving a combination of nutrients such as vitamins, anti-oxidants, botanicals, amino acids, and minerals via a solution that enters the body slowly through a tube and needle. Some cancer patients choose to seek IV therapy in place of or in combination with chemotherapy, radiation, or other treatment methods. Different types of IV drips are available to provide relief for various types of health conditions in addition to cancer. Of the many options currently available, the High Dosage Vitamin C IV Therapy Drip has proven most effective at reducing or eliminating the symptoms associated with the cancer itself as well as with chemotherapy or radiation.

Vitamin C is a key nutrient in food and several dietary supplements. As an antioxidant, Vitamin C is instrumental in making healthy collagen for the skin. By receiving Vitamin C intravenously, cancer patients can absorb it faster and at a much higher rate than they could from food and dietary supplements alone.

According to the National Cancer Institute, a division of the federal National Institute of Health, receiving high doses of Vitamin C can slow both the growth and the spread of cancer cells in the colon, liver, pancreas, prostate, and other areas of the body where cancer is more likely to develop. It can also block the growth of tumors in specific types of cancer, including ovarian, liver, and malignant mesothelioma.

The December 2015 National Cancer Institute report also indicates that receiving high doses of Vitamin C is an effective way for cancer patients to cope with debilitating effects of chemotherapy. Receiving regular IV drips containing a high percentage of Vitamin C can significantly improve quality of life by reducing fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and pain while increasing appetite at the same time. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy report improved physical, emotional, and social functioning after several sessions of receiving a High Dosage Vitamin C IV Therapy Drip.

IV Therapy as a Way to Fight Cancer

In addition to fighting cancer symptoms and making the effects of chemotherapy more tolerable, IV Therapy with high doses of Vitamin C can decrease the odds of a cancer diagnosis in the first place. That is because having a large concentration of the vitamin present in the body increases immunity. This particular IV drip typically contains between 25,000 and 100,000 mg of Vitamin C along with proportional amounts of calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Besides reducing cancer cell survival, High Dosage Intravenous Vitamin C is extremely effective at reducing the symptoms associated with chronic viral conditions such as Epstein-Barr Syndrome.