Sunday, 5 June 2011


For more information on Vitamin C Therapy see:

The Vitamin C Foundation

Interview with Dr. Linus Pauling by Peter Barry Chowka

Article 'Linus Pauling Was Right All Along - A Doctor's Opinion'

Approximately 90 epidemiologic studies have examined the role of vitamin C or vitamin C-rich foods in cancer prevention and the vast majority have found statistically significant protective effects.
Evidence is strong for cancers of the oesophagus, oral cavity, stomach and pancreas. There is also substantial evidence of a protective effect in cancers of the cervix, rectum and breast. Even in lung cancer there is recent evidence of a role for vitamin C - Dr Gladys Block

Vitamin C is involved in more than a dozen proven immune-boosting roles including the production of T-cells which destroy cancer cells - Patrick Holford

Vitamin C rich diets reduce the risk of cancer and high intakes - above 5,000 mg a day (the equivalent of a hundred oranges) - substantially increase the life expectancy of cancer patients - Patrick Holford