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6B – Leukemia and Oxidative Therapies Including Intravenous Ascorbic Acid / HDIVC

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Myelodysplasia: Potential Therapies

Dr. Paul S. Anderson Based on known data regarding MDS and its etiology as well as potential therapies (see below) there is a low probability of ‘cure’ using known therapies.  Supportive care is the mainstay of therapy especially in patients over 60 years of age. Oxidative treatments are indicated, as well as transplantation, growth factors, …

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PEDIATRIC AML IV IDEAS CONT

QUESTION: The case is more tricky just because of the little girl’s age. At 9 months of age she was diagnosed with AML subtype M7. Chemo was started right away and at the time my role was to support chemotherapy with homeopathy and treat the mother with supplementation as she is actively nursing. She made …

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THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS FOR PROGRESSING PARKINSON’S CONT

QUESTION: 60 yo male – Medical history: Parkinson’s plus syndrome (suspicion for PSP type), type II diabetes, HTN. Current Rx metformin, Invokana, Monopril, Sinemet, LDN Current symptoms include bradykinesia, ataxia, dysarthria, widened gait that is unbalanced, cognitive impairment (subjective and observed complaints of recall and confusion) however MOCA score continues to be WNL. He is no longer …

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ROLE OF BICARB IN ONCOLOGY CONT

QUESTION: I follow your AMSA-BIORC HDIVC formulas. I was wondering if you ever add bicarbonate to the formulas? And if not, why not? Does it decrease the effectiveness of IVC? ANSWER: There are two reasons for Bicarb in oncology, pH and Anti-cancer potential. pH: I do add Bicarb in peripheral IV’s if the pH is …

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NATUROPATHIC INTEGRATIVE ONCOLOGY

Dr. Anderson has been involved in integrative oncology for the past three decades.  In 2009 he joined the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center as Chief of IV services and began to put his years of experience into a formal cancer research program.  During the years of that National Institutes of Health funded research he was …

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THERAPY IN LYMPHOMAS CONT

QUESTION: Pt with follicular lymphoma referred over for IV therapy.. They recommended just nutrient and glutathione pushes but are open to other therapies. I see in my lecture notes a case where IVC, Viscum, and DCA were used. Is IVC alone a good start? Would love some guidance or to be pointed to appropriate references. ANSWER: …

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IV ARTESUNATE CONSIDERATIONS CONT

QUESTION: I will be starting artesunate with a patient in the near future (hopefully in the next week).  She has done HIVC with her chemo.  However, the chemo has not worked well for the patient and she now is willing to entertain further treatments.  I have read your artesunate summary for IV use and you mention …

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IV VITAMIN C AND PSA CONT

QUESTION: I have a pt who first came to our clinic in the fall with hx of prostate cancer. He’d had his prostate removed and had received extensive radiation. When he arrived he walked poorly with 2 canes, had HTN, elevated blood sugar, fatigue, depression etc. We started a number of interventions including IVC. In …

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IV VITAMIN C IN RENAL FAILURE CONT

QUESTION: Basically my question is when do the risks of kidney damage outweigh the benefits of receiving IVC?? My case is as follows: 32 yo female with Osteosarcoma with lung mets. Palliative. Completed several month of chemo at which point she no longer responded to chemo and became septic requiring several weeks of IV cefazolin. …

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IV VITAMIN C AND WARFARIN CONT

QUESTION: Can I administer IV vitamin C to a patient on Warfarin? ANSWER: Concern exists over the use of IV Vitamin C and Warfarin. Oral vitamin C in two cases were reported to interfere with a patient taking Warfarin. Other reviews did not find significant concern and in fact reported a high threshold of safety. …

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