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Old 06-30-2021, 11:00 AM   #51
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I’m skeptical but open minded.
Is this an otc drug or prescription?
If it’s not dangerous to humans I’d try it before it gets banned.
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^ me too
I am the same way, but then...what do those, given mere months to live, have to lose? It is OTC for animal use. You can get it at feed stores, Tractor Supply, Amazon, etc. There is one product called Fen Ben Lab, made in Lithuania . Merck makes Safe-Guard and Panacur C. This has been around for a long time for dogs; not likely to be banned.

From what I have read, it is safe for humans, but...the liver enzymes must be watched especially with Acetominaphen (Tylenol) because it can cause liver problems including liver failure. Too much Acetominaphen alone can cause liver falure. One also should watch their alcohol intake, which as we all know is hard on the liver!

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I have been seeing this going around a bunch lately and Joe Tippin tells a story about a lady that was injecting mice with cancer for research and when the mice came down with a worms/parasite she gave them Fenbendazole. I believe the time frame was 2 weeks and when the lady checked, the cancer was gone. Joe states he did 3000 hours of his own research and decided to try it when he had his cancer. 12 weeks is what he said it took as well as adding a couple other items to his routine and says he was cleared of it.. They have a cure for everything, they just dont want to lose the business/money.
That is correct. After giving the mice Fenbendazole to get rid go the parasites in the mice, they could not get the cancer, that they injected, to grow.

He also took Vitamin E, Cumurcin, and CBD.
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I know of 2 people who are taking it for cancer and have had very positive results thus far.

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Any more details that you could obtain for us? Dosage, other supplements/vitamins in the regimen?
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One of my aunts passed away with cancer several years ago and my dad got cancer around the same time. I was looking into all of this stuff back then and had read lots of stories online about it. One man givin a month or two to live and he’s here 4-5 years later... The same with covid. Lots of friends and family sick with covid last year took dewormer and were better in about two days. Read a story last year about either Taiwan or Thailand and that’s what they were primarily treating people with.

Another interesting theory that seems to work often (even people with stage 4 cancer) is a starvation diet. I have a friend who’s mom did this and cured a very large cancerous tumor on her kidney after MD Anderson gave her 3 months to live!! Basically water and strict vegetable juice and she was completely cured in 8 months. That was about 10 years ago.

I looked into some of this stuff online and found a dr who had been all over the world studying different cancer treatments and his theory is that chemo makes you sick and you don’t want to eat, so you slowly starve to death, but the chemo makes you sick as a dog at the same time.. which everyone on here has probably known someone that this has happened to. This doesn’t allow your body to combat anything and the treatments end up killing you off before the cancer does.. So cancer thrives off of sugar. And the nutritionists during treatments will give everyone milk shakes and Gatorade!! ***!!

But, if you’re just starving your body, it will eat anything extra in it, starting with fat then any extra stuff and muscle and you can do it just by diet. There are places in Mexico that have cured lots of women from breast cancer by basically locking the woman up in a cell and giving her nothing but water for up to 3 weeks at a time and normally the tumors are withered away. This is basically what my friends mom did. I also have a friend who’s grandmother did the strict juicing diet for 10-12 years before passing away after givin a couple months to live by MD!!! Another old man I know has been alive for the past 15 years after getting the cancer caused by agent Orange with no treatments at all. They told him the treatments had been worse on others then the cancer itself.

Obviously I’m not certain but I think that chemo and radiation sometimes just chases the cancer to another area of the body. Not saying it doesn’t work at all because people are definitely cured at times, but Im sure everyone has known people who are cleared of cancer only for it to come up somewhere else in the body a year or two later.


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I also believe that starvation diets help, but I haven't been able to do that to my stomach yet!

Sugar definitely feeds cancer!
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That is correct. After giving the mice Fenbendazole to get rid go the parasites in the mice, they could not get the cancer, that they injected, to grow.

He also took Vitamin E, Cumurcin, and CBD.
Not sure if you have FB but they have a fenbendazole group with a bunch of members. I have seen a bunch of info on fenbendazole within an RSO cannabis group I follow. Some are combining all the combos in your above with a regiment of RSO as well as 222mg of fenbendazole.
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Not sure if you have FB but they have a fenbendazole group with a bunch of members. I have seen a bunch of info on fenbendazole within an RSO cannabis group I follow. Some are combining all the combos in your above with a regiment of RSO as well as 222mg of fenbendazole.
I will check the FB group. Thanks for that info.
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A guy I worked with that was diagnosed with cancer took it after reading the Joe Tippens story. It didn’t work for him he passed about a year later.


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No money in cures, only money is in continuous treatments
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Most likely only those of you who have a vested interest in this subject will be interest in reading this post.



This quote is from one guy on one of the FB forums on this subject. He had posted that he tried it several years ago, but then he had not provided his results. I asked him if the Fenben worked and his response:
"The fenben did not work, but, I continued to research and found out why. PCa metabolism is very complex. and it is more adaptable than roaches, even goes dumpster diving, salvaging material from dead cells. Cancers (all) main food is glucose. That is why the parasitic drugs are working for many (blocks glucose metabolic pathways). PCa favors fatty acids, and glutamine but will use what it can get. A D T treatment (hormone therapy) works until the cancer finds another path. I was on Lupron 3yrs, Abiraterone 1yr before adaptation. Some people make it a lot longer. Now I am mCRPC, so I have to block every pathway I can identify. In 03-2021 I started taking 5 off-label drugs and 7 supplements (after 2 yrs research). I am eager to get more information on PCa cell metabolism. Much of my info came from How to Starve Cancer, Jane McLelland. I verified everything she was saying from other medical research articles. My oncologist agreed to script the drugs and monitor. I started the full Off-label protocol in 03-2021. 04-02 my PSA was 69. 04-18 MO started me on docetaxel, by IV port every 3 weeks, x 8. after 2 months PSA is 9, 06-29 it is 6. Severe bone mets pain is gone. Something is working. And YES, you have to be very careful about what you take and what drugs don't mix, and especially read up on what the dr. gives you.
There is much information coming out recently from people looking at the metabolism of cancer, especially PCa, like Johns Hopkins and Duke Medicine."


Pretty complicated jargon. I don't believe he took the other supplements with the Fenben.
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A guy I worked with that was diagnosed with cancer took it after reading the Joe Tippens story. It didn’t work for him he passed about a year later.


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Thanks for that info. I'm interested in successes and failures.
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These trials are what I am interested in to KNOW that Febendazole has actualy rid the body of cancer. I have read a number of testimonials from people who have actually killed the cancer, and that is what I want to read. Of course it could always come back, but that is still better than the cancer being there thew whole time and showing on MRI's.
I did confirm that is indeed what my friend is taking. He also cut out all sugar, taking his Dr. prescribed chemo as well. No drinking either obviously. He can't say that it was the Febendazole only that has helped him but when you are given that dire of a diagnosis, like you said, what can it hurt and it hasn't hurt him at all. Very cheap as well.
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Another interesting theory that seems to work often (even people with stage 4 cancer) is a starvation diet. I have a friend who’s mom did this and cured a very large cancerous tumor on her kidney after MD Anderson gave her 3 months to live!! Basically water and strict vegetable juice and she was completely cured in 8 months. That was about 10 years ago.

... .. So cancer thrives off of sugar. And the nutritionists during treatments will give everyone milk shakes and Gatorade!! ***!!

... giving her nothing but water for up to 3 weeks at a time and normally the tumors are withered away. This is basically what my friends mom did. I also have a friend who’s grandmother did the strict juicing diet for 10-12 years before passing away after givin a couple months to live by MD!!! Another old man I know has been alive for the past 15 years after getting the cancer caused by agent Orange with no treatments at all. They told him the treatments had been worse on others then the cancer itself.

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Interesting and actually supports my theory that many cancers are created or triggered by the excessive amount of sugar our society eats. In countries with little access to sugar, cancer rates are very low. Unfortunately, these are the same countries that starvation is very high.

And, who is to say chemo does not cause cancer? My mom was recently cured of lung cancer and on a fluke ran into the radiation doc in the hallway at the hospital. She pointed out that many of her friends who had cancer and were cured eventually got cancer in another body part, typically brain, lung, bone, or liver. She mused that the cancer never really went away. He told her people who have had cancer have a statistical and significant risk of getting another cancer within 5 years.
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I did confirm that is indeed what my friend is taking. He also cut out all sugar, taking his Dr. prescribed chemo as well. No drinking either obviously. He can't say that it was the Febendazole only that has helped him but when you are given that dire of a diagnosis, like you said, what can it hurt and it hasn't hurt him at all. Very cheap as well.
My guess is he gave top the alcohol because the Fenben can cause liver problems and so can alcohol, and so can longterm use of Tylenol...need to reduce any other liver enzyme increasing drugs.

Thanks for the input.
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Very interesting!
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If you have nothing to lose, why not try it. I believe big pharma and people Bill Gates keep this suppressed. I took some ivermectin for what I thought was Covid and it cleared up almost immediately.
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If you have nothing to lose, why not try it. I believe big pharma and people Bill Gates keep this suppressed. I took some ivermectin for what I thought was Covid and it cleared up almost immediately.
There are slot some articles, links out there of people taking Ivermectin for cancer. It is also a dewormer.
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I have several friends and folks that I know who have had excellent results from several dog wormers. As previously stated, "what do you have to loose?"
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I have several friends and folks that I know who have had excellent results from several dog wormers. As previously stated, "what do you have to loose?"
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Wow ! wouldn`t that just be a miracle for anyone dealing with this . I , myself would not hesitate to take it if I was diagnosed with it in any form . Someday maybe it will be the standard for cancer treatment .
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I am not sure what my wife’s aunt took, but it was a dog dewormer of some sort. She made it several years longer than expected.


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I pray that this works for people. Cancer sucks!
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Be great if it works, but why do so many dogs die from cancer?

There is a definite link to cancer and glucose. Before Dad had cancer he never ate sugar. He could start a Snickers and take 3 weeks to finish it. After he got his brain cancer, he would eat 2 dozen cookies in a sitting or a half container of ice cream. Eating sugar clearly wasn't a factor in causing his cancer but brain cancer clearly caused him to eat a lot more sugar!
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Not surprised to see this OP in the least. We had our Catahoula on Fenben (Merck product bought off Amazon) for over a month after diagnosis of Lymphoma that had already progressed to Leukemia. So, Myla's disease had already progressed to "fatal" levels and in fact she had to have a transfusion to replenish RBC's already destroyed by the cancer so we could spend more time with her and spoiling her as much as possible.

Point is, we did not let the Vet do the chemo (she said the Fenben would NOT be detrimental to the steroids she was prescribed), already knew the problems and costs associated with it from my years working with Genentech. This is a biotech company renowned for their work in oncology and innovative treatments, however, the majority of Oncology Pharmaceuticals claim "extension" of life and not cures. There are always exceptions to any treatments, prognosis or "success of treatment" is different in anyone including animal patients. But like several posts, I combined my experience in the Biotech sales world with a enormous amount of research from whatever I could discover on line hoping for a great outcome for our beloved companion.

You can read anything from failures to cures to simply remission but if it was me? I would NOT hesitate to start myself on the Fenben, you never know? Just my 2 cents but it's worth a try as the days begin to grow shorter. God Bless.....oh, again, some very good information posted so keep reading and researching to possibly discover what may
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Our Rottweilers was actually in a cancer study from Purdue, grey muzzle study. All Rottweilers have cancer and she lived past the life expectancy. We don't vaccinate just worm. Purdue paid for autopsy etc....once we put her down at 13......there's something there. Oh annual blood work etc.....on their dime
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Hippocrates (hippocratic oath, 300 BC) believed all sicknesses originated in the guts.
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Interesting and actually supports my theory that many cancers are created or triggered by the excessive amount of sugar our society eats. In countries with little access to sugar, cancer rates are very low. Unfortunately, these are the same countries that starvation is very high.

And, who is to say chemo does not cause cancer? My mom was recently cured of lung cancer and on a fluke ran into the radiation doc in the hallway at the hospital. She pointed out that many of her friends who had cancer and were cured eventually got cancer in another body part, typically brain, lung, bone, or liver. She mused that the cancer never really went away. He told her people who have had cancer have a statistical and significant risk of getting another cancer within 5 years.

I hope your mom stays healthy. I really liked meeting her. Very Interesting woman!


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My flatulence will attest to that.

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Randy I hope the best for you and others dealing with this.

You probably know some of my family's experiences with cancer. Wish we would’ve known about some of these potential cures/treatments eight years ago.

Prayers sent.
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Randy I hope the best for you and others dealing with this.

You probably know some of my family's experiences with cancer. Wish we would’ve known about some of these potential cures/treatments eight years ago.

Prayers sent.
Thanks for the good wishes!!

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Thanks for the good wishes!!

Do I know your family?
I had shared about them on here when they were fighting cancer.
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Hippocrates (hippocratic oath, 300 BC) believed all sicknesses originated in the guts.
There's a lot to be said about that.
Some of the stuff they are doing with fecal transplants shows a lot of promise.
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There's a lot to be said about that.
Some of the stuff they are doing with fecal transplants shows a lot of promise.
Almost as if we just keep discovering the same things over and over again.
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Interesting. "Redneck Chemo."

Might work great. I've known cowboys that take medicine you give cows and they're super healthy. Know a guy that took horse steroids and he got super strong. Strong as a horse you might say. Might be onto something.
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Randy- you have been in my thoughts and daily prayers- you are your best advocate for your health. You are your only patient and are doing the right thing. While I was on vacation our friends sister was given 2 months to live with brain cancer. She did not like that so she started taking a mixture she found. That was 11 years ago so I feel you are on right track. This post rings a bell but I cant remember exact name of the ingredients. They are in Mexico until August 15 but ill ask then
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I would give it a try. There’s a cure out there.

I’ll be praying for you. Please, if you decide to go this route keep us updated if you don’t mind. A PM will be fine, but I would love to know results if you try it.
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Randy- you have been in my thoughts and daily prayers- you are your best advocate for your health. You are your only patient and are doing the right thing. While I was on vacation our friends sister was given 2 months to live with brain cancer. She did not like that so she started taking a mixture she found. That was 11 years ago so I feel you are on right track. This post rings a bell but I cant remember exact name of the ingredients. They are in Mexico until August 15 but ill ask then
Thanks, my friend! I would be interested to know what product it was when they get back.

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I would give it a try. There’s a cure out there.

I’ll be praying for you. Please, if you decide to go this route keep us updated if you don’t mind. A PM will be fine, but I would love to know results if you try it.

I started July 1 taking the Safe Guard fenbendazole with Vitamin E, Curcumin, CBD oil plus Milk Thistle which keeps the liver enzymes from increasing to dangerous levels with is a concern with Fenbendazole, but I dropped the Vitamin E since it is not good to take it with blood thinners . I have a phone call with my radiation oncologist today (had 5 radiation treatments in December) codetermine if we are on track and when we get the next set of scans. I am looking forward to the scans to see if the Fenbendazole will show any results, but I do not intend to tell the doctor that I am taking it...yet.

I will keep you ladies informed when I have something newsworthy.

Thanks for your concerns and prayers. am still feeling fine...just tired and lethargic.
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Old 07-21-2021, 11:55 AM   #93
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I'm praying for you buddy. Hang in there and kick it in the taint!
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Old 07-21-2021, 12:04 PM   #94
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Old 07-21-2021, 12:06 PM   #95
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Are you in the TCUP program burnadell?
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Old 07-21-2021, 12:17 PM   #96
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I'll just say, sales of fenbendazole, particularly Panacur-C, have exploded in the past year.
I sell these products for a living.
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Are you in the TCUP program burnadell?
No. Don't know what that is.

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I'll just say, sales of fenbendazole, particularly Panacur-C, have exploded in the past year.
I sell these products for a living.

For whom? Merck vet sales?
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Old 07-21-2021, 12:44 PM   #98
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Old 07-21-2021, 01:03 PM   #99
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Burn, hope this takes that cancer, gives it a wedgie, and sends it straight to hades and far far away from you.

Since reading all the stuff on Ivermectin and how it can at the least keep skeeters, chiggers and such away from you, let alone defend against a chicom worldwide bioweapon, my eyes are opening.

Have you read anything on fendben as a cancer preventative not just a possible treatment?

Thanks for what you are doing to your body for TBH science and research
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Old 07-21-2021, 01:33 PM   #100
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No. Don't know what that is.



Texas Compassionate use Program. (Medical Cannabis)

https://curt.dps.texas.gov/app/publi...hysician.xhtml

HB 1535 expanded to include all cancer patients. The program formally only included terminal cancer patients.
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