One of the most common questions we get asked about IV therapy is whether or not it “conflicts” with regular oncology care. We spent 12 weeks researching this topic at McMaster University with a research team to uncover the evidence wither or not IV Vitamin C interacts with chemotherapy, or whether it offers patients an advantage as part of their cancer care.

Our highest goal when treating a cancer patient is to help them to
feel well enough to stay on their conventional care.
– Dr. Jordan Robertson BHSc. ND RAc

The majority of research that has been published since our publication date suggests that when prescribed appropriately by an experienced clinician, IV therapy can improve quality of life, pain, mood, energy and immune or inflammatory markers in most cancers, and can be done in conjunction with the majority of chemotherapeutic agents.