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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Etoh] #14492146 01/21/20
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Panacur C (Fenbendazole) dog dewormer works for some, helps others, but not everyone.



My doctor mentioned that. After they cut out half my colon of course.

My little brother had stage 4 cancer. 5% chance to live a year. Surgery was not a option. He started taking horse wormer. 90 days after starting tumors were reduced 90%. Two surgery’s later no cancer found



all of the -zole drugs, metronidazole, febendazole, etc. are anti parasitic, some like febendazole have something to do with there chemical structure that is allowing it to "get to the cancer"

it will be interesting to follow the trail




I’m a non believer in snake oil bullshit. This I saw with my own eyes. Almost unbelievable! Febendazole interesting enough has doubled in price in the last year.




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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14492395 01/21/20
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Rick after I lost my wife I have done a unknown amount of research and have no dought there is stuff out there that can take care of most cancers. They/Med co/ Drs /ect wont put it out cause it would cost them mega bucks. After 23 mths we were in for over 2.5 million that Ins paid plus close to 50 grand out of pocket, it has been 17 mths and these crooks still send bills to the house. Hope Your brother is doing well.

Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: leesway2] #14492447 01/21/20
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With all the many drugs and concoctions out there, there’s a whole different realm of promising research repurposing meds to find new breakthroughs.

Hopefully they’re not sitting on some of the new findings unless I’m mistaken, if a repurpose is discovered they can bypass a lot of red tape as with a new drug.

Something like gabapentin for neuropathy, was given to me for a couple months for skin condition/chemical imbalance that made me think some chit was crawling on me 24/7. (kidney failure related)

Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14492500 01/21/20
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Here’s my post from another forum re the latest “potential” cancer breakthrough that was just announced yesterday:

Exciting stuff: While using a patient’s own T-cells for immunotherapy is not new (CAR-T - a living drug made from a patient’s own T-cells that are programmed to attack cancerous cell) it has not been useful in cancers that form solid tumors. In a paper published today in “Nature” researchers at Cardiff University have discovered a new T-cell that has a receptor on its surface that allows it to to scan for a molecule on the surface of every cell in the body, known as MR1. It is thought MR1 is somehow flagging the distorted metabolism going on inside a cancerous cell to the immune system, (the new T-cell that has the MR1 receptor). The Cardiff team discovered that the new T-cell and its receptor could find and kill a wide range of cancerous cells in the lab including lung, skin, blood, colon, breast, bone, prostate, ovarian, kidney and cervical cancer cells. Crucially, it left normal tissues untouched.

Testing on humans has not yet taken place, but it may prove to be an exciting pathway to future medicines and treatments.

See:

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41590-019-0578-8
https://www.bbc.com/news/health-51182451

Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14493508 01/22/20
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For those in the know, ever hear that large doses of Vitamin C can prevent cancer? Seems like I heard something a while back about European docs experimenting with this.

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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Crash_Pad] #14493530 01/22/20
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Originally Posted by Crash_Pad
Panacur C (Fenbendazole) dog dewormer works for some, helps others, but not everyone.

How much is my question. What would the dose be?


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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14493534 01/22/20
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That research has been done and has been debunked but is still being considered as an adjunct.


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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: rickmenefee] #14493543 01/22/20
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Originally Posted by rickmenefee
Originally Posted by Musicianized
Originally Posted by Crash_Pad
Panacur C (Fenbendazole) dog dewormer works for some, helps others, but not everyone.



My doctor mentioned that. After they cut out half my colon of course.

My little brother had stage 4 cancer. 5% chance to live a year. Surgery was not a option. He started taking horse wormer. 90 days after starting tumors were reduced 90%. Two surgery’s later no cancer found


What brand of cancer, Rick?


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DONT BE GETTING ANY CORONA ON YA

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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14493643 01/22/20
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Another not so new drug that has potential to help with cancer uses the bodies own immune system to stop the cancer growth. It is called Low Dose naltrexone (LDN). I have been taking 4.5mg daily for almost a year for autoimmune inflammation and it has all but eliminated the joint swelling. There is positive research as a cancer treatment as well. Again, lots of anecdotal evidence out there but not many studies because no big money in it for the drug companies.

https://www.ldnresearchtrust.org/content/ldn-and-cancer


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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: jaguartx] #14494353 01/22/20
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Originally Posted by jaguartx
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Panacur C (Fenbendazole) dog dewormer works for some, helps others, but not everyone.



My doctor mentioned that. After they cut out half my colon of course.

My little brother had stage 4 cancer. 5% chance to live a year. Surgery was not a option. He started taking horse wormer. 90 days after starting tumors were reduced 90%. Two surgery’s later no cancer found


What brand of cancer, Rick?

Colon and liver




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Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: leesway2] #14494471 01/22/20
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Originally Posted by leesway2
Rick after I lost my wife I have done a unknown amount of research and have no dought there is stuff out there that can take care of most cancers. They/Med co/ Drs /ect wont put it out cause it would cost them mega bucks. After 23 mths we were in for over 2.5 million that Ins paid plus close to 50 grand out of pocket, it has been 17 mths and these crooks still send bills to the house. Hope Your brother is doing well.

Sorry for your loss. Never been around Cancer before this. figure it doesn’t works for a lot of people but it did for him. What I can say it helped get him more time with his kids. This all being said he did have chemo and 2 surgery’s. Maybe it’s all by accident. Also being said if I get the [bleep]. I’ll be eating lots of dog wormer!




Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14494585 01/22/20
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Schizophrenics never get cancer....as long as they take their meds. There are studies now on that stuff and the wormer. When they figure out how to make it expensive to produce, unaffordable, but somewhat covered by insurance, it will become safe to prescribe.

Re: Non-Oncology Drugs Surprisingly Capable Of Killing Cancer Cells [Re: Lennie] #14494663 01/22/20
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I've seen some studies that show CBD promotes apoptosis (cell death) in laboratory cultures and rats with prostate cancer cells.

No controlled prospective studies yet though, thank your federal government for keeping it on Schedule 1 for so long.



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