Thursday, September 11, 2008

Trade in Your Cancer for Heart Disease Later On

Several articles have appeared in the scientific literature lately about the increased risk of heart problems and hypertension as a side effect of both radiation and chemotherapy for cancer. That’s why I advise patients to consider only chemo and radiation that has a good chance of improving lifespan and quality of life. Then add vitamins and minerals, especially high dose intravenous vitamin C, during and/or after the conventional treatments. This tends to repair the free radical damage generated by the drugs.
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