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Ascorbic acid (vitamin C, ascorbate) could be a key water soluble inhibitor that, once administered in doses well on top of its suggested dietary allowance, could have preventative and therapeutic worth against variety of pathologies\n

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Clinical expertise with blood vessel administration of antioxidant

Clinical expertise with blood vessel administration of antioxidant

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Background
Background antioxidant

  • Ascorbic acid (vitamin C, ascorbate) could be a key water soluble inhibitor that, once administered in doses well on top of its suggested dietary allowance, could have preventative and therapeutic worth against variety of pathologies


Methods
Methods antioxidant

  • Medical records of patients with cancer treated with IVC at the Riordan Clinic were retrospectively reviewed


Results
Results antioxidant

  • The results of the analysis can be summarized as follows

  • IVC produces peak plasma ascorbate concentrations on the order of 10 millimolars with lower peak plasma concentrations obtained in cancer patients as compared to healthy subjects

  • Cancer patients WHO square measure deficient in vitamin C before medical aid tend to attain lower plasma levels post infusion


Conclusions
Conclusions antioxidant

  • The data indicates that, whereas probably therapeutic plasma ascorbate concentrations is achieved with IVC, levels earned can vary supported tumour burden and degree of inflammation (among alternative factors)

  • Find out more at US National Library of Medicine-National Institute of Health


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