Oncothermia treatment compatible with intravenous Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a basic nutrient in the functions of intracellular oxidation-reduction. High doses of intravenous vitamin C decrease cell proliferation in cancer. Improves quality of life and side effects related to chemotherapy. Intravenous vitamin C is used in routine oncological clinical practice due to its antitumor effect and immune modulation action.
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