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RE: Apatone

by em_la - February 17 at 3:46 AM

On Jun 20, 2018 1:05 PM johnpar wrote:

Trying to find a source for apatone in pill or IV (Vit C & K3) and/or a clinic on the East coast that administers it. It's classified as an orphan drug by FDA and NIH studies have been conducted but haven't found a US source for it. Thanks!

Hi John,

Were you succcessful in getting either Apatone pill or IV?? if yes, what effect did that have on your cancer?

Thank you,

Em

RE: Apatone

by em_la - February 17 at 3:36 AM

On Apr 21, 2019 4:42 PM Alice8_8 wrote:

Hi.

The doctor recommended our grandfather urgently to start APATONE therapy.

The problem was that we had to buy Vitamin C IV and Vitamin K3 because can not be found in the USA but can be brought into the US.

Studying the internet and forums ... other patients guided us to a pharma distributor where we were able to buy all the vitamins needed for APATONE therapy.

The doctor now administers almost every day the necessary vitamins for healing.

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Blessings.

Alice

Hi Alice,

Really curious about APATONE... I  heard some very good anectodal evidence about the IV version, however there was some cardiovascular side effects and apparently that's why it was pulled from further IV trials.  How did the APATONE therapy worked out for you?  Ordering from overseas?

Thank you

EM

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