Their website is disturbing. They claim to be able to "improve results" and that:
Of equal importance to killing cancer cells is giving attention to the lifestyle that may well have contributed to the breakdown of the immune system and the initiation of cancer. Integrative medicine excels in strategies for regaining full health and remaining disease free after treatment. It also has much to offer in combatting the side effects and the potential organ damage associated with orthodox treatments. Natural immune boosters can speed recovery from chemotherapy or radiotherapy, and supportive strategies can sometimes enhance the effectiveness of these treatments.
Impressive claims. In the absence of evidence to back those claims up (and I've looked hard on their website, but haven't found it) then I'm thinking snake oil, Expensive snake oil. As others have said, if vit C and mystic humming did have an evidence base then the NHS - keen on cheap and effective treatments - would be using them.
Tash88, I fundraised for a charity with name recognition and a cause that only the most churlish would disapprove of. After months of hard work, I raised in the low hundreds.
You have no name recognition and plenty of people think your cause is misguided. £5000? You just might do it with a runner who has been supported by your charity and who can be eloquent in articulating all your good works. Some stranger off the internet who only actually cares about the marathon? Not a hope in hell.