The Windsor (Ontario) Star has a thorough piece on Vitamin C infusions in the treatment of triple-negative breast cancer. Forty-four-year old Sandra Quattrin, diagnosed last year with TNBC, has chosen the infusions over the chemo that was making her ill. Local doctors have mixed reactions, with some completely disregarding the treatments as quackery while others say they are a valid option. Treatments are available at the Canadian Clinic for Integrative Medicine in Windsor. Read the entire story here.
As part of my research for the book I am writing, I interviewed a six-year survivor who chose vitamin C infusions rather than chemo. She is going strong, driving around the country with her husband in their new RV.