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The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine Vol. 15, 4th Quarter 2000

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Clinical and Experimental Experiences with Intravenous Vitamin C

N.H. RIORDAN, PA-C; H.D. RIORDAN, M.D.; J.P. CASCIARI, Ph.D.


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For the purposes of this paper reference to ascorbic acid or vitamin C refers to sodium ascorbate. All in vitro studies described herein used sodium ascorbate. All intravenous vitamin C references herein refer to the use of vitamin Cfbr injection produced by Steris Laboratories, or American Regent, laboratories; both are ascorbic acid buffered to a pH range of 5.5 to 7.0 by sodium hydroxide and/or sodium bicarbonate.


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