Dying Defiantly

After the Oncologist’s spoke to me in January, that if the cancer continued to progress at the speed it had in December, I would be looking at 6 months at best guess as to a final timeline. This changed everything for me. I was slated in early February for radiation therapy on the areas that the cancer had progressed to in December. This therapy went well with little or no side effects. Little did they know, I added a few new supplements to my protocol. Fenbendazole, this drug used routinely for deworming of animals has shown great promise in treating cancer patients, and all 8 forms of Vitamin E.

Fenbendazole Cancer Protocol: The Scientific Data

As surprising as it sounds, there is documented research about de-worming medications and their effect on cancer. This dry and tasteless Fenbendazole powder has been shown to exhibit “significant inhibition of tumor growth” when supplemented with vitamins A, D, E, K, and B.

Fenbendazole is a triple-threat to cancer: it kills cancer cells in three ways that are significant:

It destroys microtubules that sustain the structure of the cancer cell and its ability to divide and multiply rapidly.
It interrupts the cancer cells’ ability to process sugar, and cancer cells must metabolize sugar to survive.
It boosts the production of a cancer-killing gene called p53, a gene cancer patients may lack. When p53 becomes mutated or can’t keep cancer cells in check, cancer cells can proliferate.

The de-wormer also works against parasites, which might be the origin of some cancers.

Other Research That Supports the Use of De-Wormers for Cancer

There’s another “sister” drug of Fenbendazole, called Mebendazole, a de-wormer medication prescribed to treat parasitic worm infections in humans. Mebendazole has shown promising results in treating cancer (Lung, Melanoma, Glioblastoma, Colon, and others).

During these two months I got the opportunity to tell my cancer story to the amazing people at the Heroes Foundation. I ask you to please take a moment and watch the episode.

The later part of March was a great chance to go home and reconnect with family and friends. A trip that deserves its very own blog post.

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