Vitamin C Enhances Phagocytosis of Necrotic Trophoblasts by Endothelial Cells and Protects the Phagocytosing Endothelial Cells from Activation

Preeclampsia is a pregnancy-specific disease characterised by maternal hypertension that is preceded by endothelial cell activation and an inappropriate inflammatory response. The exact cause of preeclampsia is unclear but this…

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ntravenous administration of vitamin C in the treatment of herpetic neuralgia: two case reports.

BACKGROUND: Acute herpetic neuralgia (AHN) due to a reactivated varicella zoster virus infection is a common problem. Furthermore, about 18% of all patients with confirmed herpes zoster (HZ) develop postherpetic…

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High-dose Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Therapy in the Treatment of Patients with Advanced Cancer

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid, ascorbate) has a controversial history in cancer treatment. Emerging evidence indicates that ascorbate in cancer treatment deserves re-examination. As research results concerning ascorbate pharmacokinetics and its…

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