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Sci Tech    H2'ed 5/4/19

Rumors of a Cancer Cure go Viral

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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.

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I have found Bill Sardi to be trustworthy in the past, and this article is as much as I know about fenbendazole.

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A chilling quote from the article:

"Financial analysts admit 'a cancer cure is not a sustainable business model.'

Submitted on Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 1:01:55 PM

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You are correct. My mother learned this fact the hard way. She had the first breast removed and her doctor said you've got nothing to worry about. One year later, the other one is removed. Again, her doctor says nothing to worry about. I buried her about nine months later.

I still miss her and wish I had shot her doctor. Liars like him have no right to live.

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I think it's even worse when a doctor says, "you have 6 months to live" or "there is no cure for your cancer". The effect of the mind on the body is so strong people can die of hopelessness. The only honest thing for a doctor to say is, "outcomes vary widely with this disease. We can't know how this will turn out. I'll do what I can, and a lot depends on you."

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mebendazole is the form for humans - used to cure ringworm in kids. in the US we can buy 3 pills online for that purpose, but not the amount needed for cancer treatment. For that one must buy it abroad, where it is plentiful and cheap. There are a lot of articles online about the research on this drug. It has been tested but only on some cancers, not all. I read somewhere that one of the pharma companies ordered the fda to ban its sale inside the US - no corroboration on that.

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I'll just throw this out there. I watched two 16 hour documentaries on integrative oncology and new treatments - that are not toxic. Many are natural and readily available. The docs interviewed claim to have better outcomes and longer life expectancy than traditional treatments. I took a lot of notes. If anyone would like to have my notes send me an email. Both Germany and Japan are miles ahead of the US in cancer treatments - largely because they are not controlled by pharmaceutical companies. If I ever developed cancer I would fly to Germany immediately. would require a lot of cash, since US insurance would not cover it.

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