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This proposed pilot random controlled trial (RCT) will attempt to determine the effectiveness of high dosage of intravenous vitamin c against treatment of cancer along with conventional treatment that includes surgery, use of radiation therapy and chemotherapy. The trial will be conducted among cancer patients aged 30-65 years at the Oncology department of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSSMMU) in Bangladesh. It is expected that high dosage of vitamin C will reduce number of tumour cells, increase survival of the cancer patients, improve quality of life and reduce pain. If successful, this trial will be conducted on a large scale on various types of cancer patients in future.
- Martin Stewart
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