Below are links to information, new studies, and research about high-dose vitamin C. This information is not presented as proof of the efficacy of Lipo Naturals Sunflower Liposomal C to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. They are shown here to educate the consumer about the new-found benefits high-dose vitamin C may have.
In vitro study (outside living animal) showing vitamin C's effect on cell death of different cancer cell lines
Fancy a Gin & Tonic? Tests in rats indicate that the quinine in tonic has a toxic effect on their testes, reducing sperm counts significantly. When researchers added ascorbic acid (vitamin C) to the concoction, the damage to the testes from quinine was prevented and sperm counts remained normal. Here's the full study.
This story in Nature.com gives a good explanation of why humans can't produce vitamin C, unlike almost every other mammal.
Study published by Mark Heaney's group in Sloan-Kettering in Cancer Research - titled'Vitamin C antagonizes the cytotoxic effects of antineoplastic drugs', often quoted in major news and media in stories about vitamin C supplements interfering with cancer therapies turns out to not use vitamin C at all. Past the title, the study indicates DHA was used (dehydroascorbic acid), which is not vitamin C. More detail is in the published response in Cancer Research