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Cancer and Intravenous Vitamin C – What’s New in Clinical Research – An Interview with Jeanne Drisko, MD

drisko2011hsFind Out About the New Clinical and Scientific Research on the Safety and Benefit of Intravenous Vitamin C Used Alone, and with Chemo and Radiation Therapy

Kirk Hamilton interviews Jeanne Drisko, MD, MD director of the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Dr Drisko teaches medical students, practices integrative medicine, and conducts clinical research at the University on the use of intravenous vitamin C in cancer, the safety of bioidentical hormones and trials to assess chelation therapy efficacy in cardiovascular disease treatment. She is a graduate of the University of Kansas Medical School and board certified in diagnostic radiology. Dr. Drisko's was previously interviewed by Kirk Hamilton on July 24, 2009 on "Cancer and I.V. Vitamin C - Safety, Clinical Value and Protocol?" and Integrative Medicine - What Is It and Why Does Medicine Need It?

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