Next World TV

Common Sense Solutions - Starting Now

High Dose Intravenous Vitamin C Eliminates Cancer Cells

Effective Non Toxic Chemotherapy Agent

Subscribe to Next World TV

Your e-mail address is kept absolutely private
We make it easy to unsubscribe at any time

High Dose Vitamin C: Toxic To Cancer Cells

High dose intravenous Vitamin C is a long proven extremely effective non toxic chemotherapy agent, as shown in this network news clip, featuring a cancer patient whose cancer was put into remission by it. There is a vast and growing body of research, even from the NCI itself, that shows that high dose intravenous Vitamin C destroys cancer cells.

Why might that be?

As the article linked blow the clip describes, cancer pioneer Dr. Hugh Riordan's research that showed that cancer patients are consistently low in Vitamin C, and that their cancer cells were actually ingesting Vitamin C, and depleting tissue reserves. It appears that cancer cells pull in glucose, and will transport Vitamin C into themselves, either because they mistake it for glucose or because they are using it as an anti-oxidant.

High dose vitamin C induces the production of small amounts of hydrogen peroxide in the blood, which dissolves cancer cells from the inside.

In other words, high dose vitamin C is severely toxic to cancer cells intravenously without being toxic to healthy cells. It is the perfect natural chemotherapy!

--Celia Farber

Celia Farber is an investigative science reporter and cultural journalist who has written for several magazines including Harper’s, Esquire, Rolling Stone, SPIN and more. She is the author of “Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS” (Melville House Press/ Random House). Known for bold exposes of the pharmaceutical industry and related media cover ups, Celia Farber shines a spotlight on the very subjects that have been taboo for too long: What is Cancer? Does HIV cause AIDS? Do Vaccinations Cause Brain Damage? And many more...

Visit her website at

This video was produced by NBC 10 News

For more information on Vitamin C and cancer: