immunotherapy

Dirt-Cheap Cancer Cure Hidden for 48 Years (SHOCKING)

I believe that there is a cure for cancer out there. Multiple cures, actually. 

Some are buried in decades-old scientific journals.  

Others in obscure articles published by forward-thinking researchers whose findings were so revolutionary they were considered crazy. 

Well, call me crazy, but I believe one of those cures was found by Linus Pauling back in 1941 when he stumbled upon a dirt-cheap cancer treatment that cured cancer in a number of his patients. 

Now, Pauling’s buried cure is finally starting to see the light of day – and it’s about damn time. 

You’ve heard of this your entire life. You know it can help prevent colds and build strong bones. 

But did you know it can prevent – and yes, even cure – cancer? 

I’m talking about the unsung hero of nutrients: vitamin C. 

In 1971, Dr. Linus Pauling gave 100 terminally ill cancer patients 10 grams (10,000 mg) of intravenous vitamin C twice a day, while another 1,000 terminally ill cancer patients didn’t receive any vitamin C (they served as a control group). 

Eight years later, 100% of those in the control group had died. 

Amazingly, 13 of the “terminally ill” patients in the vitamin C group were still alive – and 12 of them had ZERO signs of cancer. 

By all accounts, these individuals should have died YEARS ago, yet 12% were not only alive and well, but cancer-free! 

Even on Big Pharma’s best day, they’ve never seen results like that – a survival rate that’s 5 times better than the control group. 

But instead of having his work lauded, Pauling’s work was ostracized.  

It didn’t help that future research on vitamin C didn’t yield the same results – never mind that it was done on oral vitamin C… and not on intravenous C like Pauling had studied. 

Never mind that the study only followed patients for 75 days… rather than 7.5 YEARS. 

After that, it was all but forgotten for decades. But not anymore. 

There has been a resurgence of studies in recent years testing vitamin C’s cancer-fighting potential. 

For example, studies have shown that consuming fruits and vegetables high in vitamin C can help reduce the risk of cancer (while not eating those foods increases the risk). 

Other studies have shown that doses above 5,000 mg are necessary to prevent cancer. 

And still others have shown that vitamin C can significantly extend the lives of cancer patients. 

One particularly impressive study found that giving extremely high doses of vitamin C to humans could eradicate cancer cells while leaving healthy cells untouched (a key weakness of traditional cancer treatments). 

I agree that more studies need to be conducted to determine the ideal dosage and administration – in other words, to develop a Vitamin C Cancer Protocol. 

But the current research is very encouraging – and I’m sure it’s just the beginning.