A safe, cheap de-worming agent for dogs has shown extraordinary anti-cancer activity. A patient has spilled the beans, and his story is going viral. The drug is called fenbendazole, and it has been known to cancer researchers for over a decade, though there is no formal clinical trial or research program. Bill Sardi here suggests that this may be because there is no profit in this out-of-patent drug. In fact, the more people who are cured permanently, the fewer there are supporting the multi-billion-dollar treatment industry.
So far what we have is some spectacular anecdotes about people who claim to have been cured, and reports from rodent laboratories that when they de-wormed the rats, they incidentally cured their cancer.