But it does not need to be IV administered in most cases. Having to do it IV just benefits the practitioners that are going to charge for the administration and it will limit the number of treatments. There are various ways to administer ozone, and which way is best will depend a lot on the cancer.
Not sure what to think about the cesium chloride. It seems to work in a lot of instances, but it is not a very nice substance and not something I would opt for over ozone and other powerful options.