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Pre-Conference Workshop presented by Paul Anderson, ND, and Virginia Osborne, ND

A full-day workshop on intravenous therapies designed to prepare attendees with a firm foundation of how nutrients can be used for cancer care. Virginia Osborne and Paul Anderson will share techniques for orthomolecular “rehydration,” post chemotherapy and/or radiation. They will explain how a practitioner can identify a patient that is in need of special care and a quality of life, and what IV approaches can help them achieve that improved quality of life. They will identify safety and specific considerations in IV therapies for cancer patients. Their workshop will describe the use of labs and imaging in primary assessment, potential directions such as oral therapies, diet, and how to troubleshooting and reassess when the treatment program should be altered.

Workshop Schedule:

9:00 – 10:30 An Introduction to Orthomolecular IV Therapies in Cancer

  • Major uses of orthomolecular IV nutrients in our practices
  • Evolution of our approaches (what we have learned and improved on)
  • Safety and special considerations in IV therapies for cancer patients
  • Case assessment and planning

10:30 – 10:45 Break

10:45 – 12:15 Use of Orthomolecular IV Therapies in the Extension of and Quality of Life for Cancer Patients

  • Signs a case is in need of special care and a quality of life approach
  • Critical lab values
  • IV approaches that improve quality of life
  • Post chemotherapy
  • Post radiation
  • Specialized orthomolecular rehydration
  • End of life

12:15 – 1:30 Lunch

13:30 – 15:00 High Dose IV Vitamin C

  • Safety and lab assessment
  • Protocol evolution through time
  • Case series outcomes from the NIH trial
  • Personal insights from 40+ combined years of clinical HDIVC use

15:00 – 15:15 Break

15:15 – 16:30 Other Nutrient Therapies and Protocol Discussion

  • Other nutrients of note in cancer IV therapy including specific B vitamins
  • Cases and Q&A
  • IV Formulas and Protocols provided and discussed