In response to numerous questions, here is all the info I have cobbled together in one thread regarding Fenbendazole. You must pray for wisdom as you do your own thinking and research.

As background, my husband died at 42 of cancer and I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. ⬇️
When anecdotal reports about treating various types and even late stage, metastatic cases with Fenbendazole came across my path, I had to look further. I didn’t want to go off the deep end so I contacted a family member who is a physician for his input. ⬇️
His comments: “I reviewed scientific studies (see links below) and there is some evidence that this can certainly assist in the cure of cancer. Some oncologists have said online they find in some cases it can be effective. I’m not saying it’s a cure for all types of cancer ⬇️
or all patients but more as an adjunct or last resort. Really, when there are no other options, what is there to lose by trying it?” A family friend started it in Jan 2020.
He sprinkles 1 dose per day on food or a for 3 days and none the the next 4 days. Scans now clear but he⬇️
plans to continue this forever. (Text from his wife below.)
I just heard from someone with difficulty eating that 3 oz of beer is their favorite delivery system. It dissolves, foams and tastes good. If you have an alcohol problem don’t do this. Try flavored club soda. ⬇️ Image
Product used contain 22.2% (222 mg/g) which is amount for 10# dog. These two brands are readily available at pet supply stores or Amazon. ⬇️ ImageImage
Another person we know was treated for end stage metastatic oral cancer with something similar in Europe and is alive and well one year later. ⬇️
This study compares Mebendazole with Fenbendazole.……
Summary of article on how Fenbendazole works.

It disrupts the ‘microtubules’ which cause cancer cells to divide. It also blocks glucose (sugar) uptake which FEEDS the cancer cells. By disrupting the dividing and feeding of cancer cells it causes ‘cell cycle arrest’ and death.
It actually creates genes that cause cell death. It inhibits communication and trafficking of cancer cells. Sometimes cancer cells develop resistance to chemo drugs. So far, minimal resistance to Fenben has been found.

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