Cancer Bibliography: Ewan Cameron, M.D. and Vitamin C Therapy
REFERENCES to Dr. Cameron's Protocol for the Use of Intravenous Vitamin C in the Treatment of Cancer, posted in its entirety on this website at http://www.doctoryourself.com/cameron.html
1. Cameron, E. and
Pauling, L. (1976) Supplemental ascorbate in the supportive treatment of
cancer: prolongation of survival times in terminal human cancer. Proceedings
of the National
2. Cameron, E. and
Pauling, L. (1978) Supplemental ascorbate in the supportive treatment of
cancer: Reevaluation of prolongation of survival times in terminal human
cancer. Proceedings of the National
3. Morishige, F. and
Murata, A. (1979) Prolongation of survival times in terminal human cancer by
administration of supplemental ascorbate. Journal of the
4. Murata, A.,
Morishige, F. and Yamaguchi, H. (1982) Prolongation of survival times of
terminal cancer patients by administration of large doses of ascorbate.
International Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition Research Suppl., 23, 1982, p.
103-113. Also in Hanck, A., ed. (1982) Vitamin C: New Clinical Applications.
5. Rather D. CBS Network News; January 20, 1985.
6. Cameron, E. and Pauling, L. (1974) The orthomolecular treatment of cancer. 1. The role of ascorbate in host resistance. Chemical-Biological Interactions. 9:273-283.
7. Cameron E, Pauling L, Leibovitz B. (1979) Ascorbic acid and cancer: a review. Cancer Research 39, 663-681.
8. Cameron E, Pauling L. Cancer and Vitamin C. Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, Menlo Park, Ca. (1979); (Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London 1980; Kyoritsu Shuppan KK, Tokyo 1981; Warner Books, New York 1981; Services Complet d'Editions, Quebec and Paris 1982).
9. Yonemoto RH, Chretien PB, Fehnoer TF. Enhanced lymphocyte blastogenesis by oral ascorbic acid. Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 1976; 17:288.
11. Panush RS, Delafluente JC, Katz P, Johnson J. Modulation of certain immunologic responses by vitamin C. Ill. Potentiation of in vitro and in vivo lymphocyte responses. Int J Vitamin Nutr Res 1982; 23:35-37.
14. Benade L, Howard T, Burk D. Synergistic killing of Ehrlich ascites carcinoma cells by ascorbate and 3-amino-1,2,4-triazole. Oncology 1969; 23:33-43.
15. Yamafuji K, Nakamura Y, Omura H, Soeda T, Gyotoku K. Anti-tumor potency of ascorbic, dehydroascorbic, or 2,3-diketogulonic acid and their action on deoxyribonucleic acid. Z Krebsforsch 1971; 76:1-7.
16. Yagashita K, Takahashi N, Yamamoto H, Jinnouchi H, Hiyoshi S, Miyakawa T. Effects of tetraacetyl-bis-dehydroascorbic acid, a derivative of ascorbic acid, on Ehrlich cells and HeLa cells (human carcinoma cells). J Nut Sci Vitaminol 1976; 22:419-427.
17. Cameron, E. and Campbell, A. (1974) The orthomolecular treatment of cancer II. Clinical trial of high-dose ascorbic supplements in advanced human cancer. Chemical-Biological Interactions 9:285-315.
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19. Creagan FT, Moertel CG, O'FalIon JR et al. Failure of high-dose vitamin C (ascorbic acid) to benefit patients with advanced cancer: a controlled trial. N Eng J Med 1979; 301:687-690.
20. Moertel CG, Fleming TR, Creagan FT et al. High-dose vitamin C versus placebo in the treatment of patients with advanced cancer who have had no prior chemotherapy. N Eng J Med 1985; 312:137-141.
21. Pauling, L (1980)
Vitamin C therapy of advanced cancer (letter). New
22. Cameron E. Vitamin C for cancer (letter). N Eng J Med 1980; 302:299.
23. Koch CJ, Biaglow JE. Toxicity, radiation sensitivity modification, and metabolic effects of dehydroascorbate and ascorbate in mammalian cells. J Cell Physiol 1978; 94:299-306.
24. Veltri RW, Maxim PE, Baseler MW, Cameransi BG, Kinger MR. L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) augmentation of anticancer activity of methoxy-substituted benzoquinones, adriamycin and a dihydroxylated amino substituted quinone (DHAQ). (Submitted 1987 to Cancer Research)
25. Meredith P. (Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine) Unpublished observations, 1983.
26. Cameron E, Moffat L, Campbell A, Marcuson R. Supplemental ascorbate in incurable cancer: an epidemiological study. (Submitted 1984 to N Eng J Med)
28. Burke M. My successful fight against cancer: Burke, The Malt House, Warwick, 1982.
RE. Recommended daily amounts and biochemical roles - the vitamin C,
carnitine, fatigue relationship. In Counsell JN, Hornig DH (eds),
Vitamin C. Applied Science publishers,
30. Cameron E.
Vitamin C and cancer cachexia: the carnitine connection. In Huemer RP
(ed), The Roots of MolecuIar Medicine: A Tribute to Linus Pauling. W.H.
Freeman and Co.,
E. Vitamin C, carnitine and cancer, or "My God. I Feel So Much
Better, Doctor!" In Bland JS (ed), 1986: A Year in
Nutritional Medicine. Keats Publishing Inc.) New Canaan)
32. Cameron, E. and Baird, G. (1973) Ascorbic acid and dependence on opiates in patients with advanced and disseminated cancer. Journal of International Research Communications. 1:38, August.
33. Basu TK, Raven RW, Dickerson JWT, Williams DC. Leucocyte ascorbic acid and urinary hydroxyproline levels in patients bearing breast cancer with skeletal metastases. Eur J Cancer, 1974; 10:507-511.
34. Lamden MP,
35. Fituri N, Allawi N, Bentley M, Costello J. Urinary and plasma oxalate during ingestion of pure ascorbic acid: a reevaluation. Eur UroI 1983; 9:312-315.
36. Tsao CS. Ascorbic acid and urinary oxalate (letter). Ann Int Med 1984; 101:405.
37. Tsao CS, Salimi SL. Effect of large intake of ascorbic acid on urinary and plasma oxalic acid levels. Int J Vitamin Nutr Res 1984; 54:245-249.
38. Hoffer A. Vitamin C and infertility (letter). Lancet 1973; ii:1146.
Additional References (Although listed by Dr. Cameron at the end of his Protocol for the use of Intravenous Vitamin C in the Treatment of Cancer, the following were not cited in the paper itself.)
Cameron E. Hyaluronidase
and Cancer. Pergamon Press,
Cameron F, Rotman D. Ascorbic acid, cell proliferation and cancer (letter). Lancet 1972; i :542.
Cameron, E. and Pauling,
L. (1973) Ascorbic acid and the glycosaminoglycans: An orthomolecular
approach to cancer and other diseases. Oncology (
Cameron E. Vitamin C (letter). Brit J Hosp Med 1975; 13:511.
Cameron E. Biological function of ascorbic acid and the pathogenesis of scurvy. Medical Hypothesis, 1976; 2:154-163.
Cameron E, Pauling
L. Experimental studies designed to evaluate the management of patients
with incurable cancer. Proc Natl Acad Sci
Cameron E, Pauling L. (1979) Ascorbate and cancer. Proc. Am. Phil. Soc. 123:117-123.
Cameron E, Pauling L (1978) Ascorbic acid as a therapeutic agent in cancer. J. Intern. Acad. Prev. Med. 5 (1), 8-29
Cameron F, Pauling L. (1981) Survival times of terminal lung cancer patients treated with ascorbate. J. Intern. Acad. Prev. Med. 6: 21-27.
Cameron, Ewan (1982) Vitamin C and cancer: an overview. International Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition Research Suppl. 23.
Cameron F. Vitamin
C and cancer: an overview. In Hanck A (ed). Vitamin C. New
Clinical Applications. Huber;
Moffat L, Cameron E,
Campbell A. High dose ascorbate therapy and cancer. In McBrien
DCH, Slater TF (eds), Protective Agents in Cancer. Academic Press,
In addition to Dr.
Cameron’s selected references listed above, see also:
Cameron E and Pauling L (1980) On cancer and vitamin C. Executive Health 16 (4), 1-8. Jan.
Cameron E and Pauling L
(1981) Survival times of terminal lung cancer patients treated with
ascorbate. J. Intern. Acad. Prev. Med. 6) 21-27.
Pauling L and Cameron E (1983) Vitamin C and cancer. Australasian Health & Healing 2 (3), 9-10 (April-June).
Cameron, Ewan (Undated,
c.1986-88) Protocol for the use of intravenous vitamin C in the treatment of
cancer. Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine,
Cameron E and Pauling
L (1987) Vitamin C and AIDS.
Cameron, E. (1991) Protocol for the use of vitamin C in the treatment of cancer. Medical Hypotheses. 36:190-194.
Cameron, E. and
Cameron, E. and Pauling,
L. (1993) Cancer and Vitamin C, revised edition.
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