Should we provide a list of medical doctors who provide IVs?

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Should we provide a list of vitamin C I.V. doctors?

Poll ended at Wed Mar 22, 2006 8:56 pm

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Total votes: 28

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Re: Should we provide a list of medical doctors who provide IVs?

Post Number:#16  Post by rider » Mon Nov 24, 2008 4:14 am

I agree too! :D
In the Netherlands there is a clinic near Hilversum.. the only one as far as I know.
They have troubles to maintain their service due to attacks of the regular farmamaffia & collegues overhere.

Anyway.. they are still at it!
Life's to short to be bored.
TC & have fun!

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Re: Should we provide a list of medical doctors who provide IVs?

Post Number:#17  Post by yisrayl » Thu Jul 02, 2009 2:47 pm

ofonorow wrote:Please vote on whether we should publish a list of doctors who provide intravenous (IV) vitamin C (sodium ascorbate).

yes i vote to find doctor tha does give vitc IV. it beneficial to provide medical doctor &nd list on IV vitc

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Post Number:#18  Post by Sunnie Shine » Mon Jun 30, 2014 10:14 pm

Yes, please!!!

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Re: Should we provide a list of medical doctors who provide IVs?

Post Number:#19  Post by blade » Mon Jun 22, 2015 1:39 am

I dont understand the difference between taking BT AA and IV-VC

but I live in missouri and would love a provider who can give me IV-VC

as for the fear that providing a list will open the provider to those against VC, I would imagine those who do IV-VC would rather help someone and risk the "dark side" knowing of them, than not helping someone in need.

maybe just ask the provider if they want to be on the list or not. :wink:
thank you

I did find a medical school that provides IV/C to patients,
I might try to get in with them, but they arent close by
http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/ ... linic.html

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Re: Should we provide a list of medical doctors who provide IVs?

Post Number:#20  Post by dectiri » Mon Jul 09, 2018 7:54 pm

Interesting idea.... maybe if we could all do some pestering about IVC for this and that, waving research in their faces, the medical schools might wake up to public interest in THAT idea...

So how to go about it? What did you do to discover the existence of such an opportunity?

Should we look for research people publishing in certain areas?

Is KU a hotbed for functional medicine? which seems to be the direction the doctors are running, who are recognizing the disgrace of drug-suppressing-symptoms business planning, and WANTING TO DISTANCE THEMSELVES FROM THE FDA-CORRUPTION OBVIOUS TO THE PUBLIC... plus the uproar over that mess called 'affordable care insurance' to all who need 'something/anything' at the expense of those who take responsibility for keeping their lifestyle in order and reject 'free-drugs' in favor of genuine root-cause solutions...

I think you may have hit on a novel bit of leverage... so -- even tho I have no immediate need, the potential is not sensible to ignore -- I'm game to try pestering, with some clues on productive paths... Did you go any further???? ttys

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Re: Should we provide a list of medical doctors who provide IVs?

Post Number:#21  Post by dectiri » Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:08 pm

Owen... when will we see YOUR article on comparisons of IV-C versus aggressive oral dosing, presumably including sublingual/intranasal/transdermal/ transbuccal... ? I thought it was imminent when you were kidnapped.... my system is down so I've not been able to keep up with the more up-to-date systems that don't support my older reliable mac so I fear I might miss it...

That research on effectiveness would be really crucial while we grope around looking for docs that do IVC..

The VCF earlier data doing head-to-head was awakening when I realized that the ol IV-controllers were set so slow that oral was getting ahead in the early stages.... exciting ideas... ttyl


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