Dr. Ron Hunninghake here discusses about Vitamin C and how it acts as pro-oxidant to fight against cancer cells…
Ron Hunninghake, M.D.
I don’t know about you, but as I get older I have this sense that it seems like everyone is getting cancer. Does anyone share this with me? It seems to be a growing problem. I know it does relate to the aging process. To me, it is the fact that a lot of people are still somewhat fatalistic about cancer and look upon it as, if not a death sentence, a very difficult time ahead with the various types of therapies that we have available in conventional medicine.
Here at The Center, for the last 15 years, we have been pioneering a new understanding that can help those patients who get cancer more effectively by treating the cancer, and reducing the side effects of the treatments they undergo, and hopefully use this information to prevent cancer. I want to emphasize that I am speaking about a new understanding.
Now, many of you may not have heard any of the previous lectures we’ve had on Vitamin C, so in this lecture I’m going to fill you with a lot of that information. For more detail, we have a series of talks that I have given, as well as other researchers here at The Center, on how to monitor IV Vitamin C and what really causes cancer.
Today, I would like to emphasize the mechanism of how Vitamin C can help with you, your family member, or a friend fight cancer. More importantly, I’m hoping this information gets out to the medical profession at large, because there are some misunderstandings about Vitamin C and how it fights cancer that we’re hoping to overcome with better information. Today I’m shooting for clarity. I always want my lectures to be clear, but probably more so than ever before. I hope this group gets a good clear understanding of how Vitamin C can be a very effective tool in the fight against cancer.