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Video of me telling the doc about mebendazole

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posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 08:00 PM
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Awesome for you bro, if you don't attend church, I would and thank a higher being for your second chance. I gotta tell you, I HOPE it was the medication that saved you. There is a distrusting side of me that fears doctors/hospitals are just putting you through hell for the money they will make. Good for you for making the right decision. Hope you stay cancer free til it's your time.




posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 04:07 AM
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a reply to: Hr2burn

Op is in the uk. Healthcare is socialised. Doctors don't get more money for putting patients through more treatment.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 06:29 AM
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originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: Pardon?

There is plenty of information online concerning the benefits of ultra high, intravenous doses of vitamin C used as part of either chemo or radiation treatment. I don't believe that I claimed the Vitamin C or cannabinoids cured anything, but the benefits of most non-invasive, natural treatments are either ignored or buried.

Western Medicine in my opinion is insulated and controlled by the almighty dollar. There is much more profit in treating symptoms than actually addressing the cause of those symptoms. That business protocol is a major factor in that Big Pharma was able to bank 711 billion in 2013.

When it comes right down to it I only trust the opinions of those, such as the OP that have lived through a medical hell, they are the experts on what works and what does not.



Seems like you did make the claim.
" however the many good treatments that have been used with great success in the past, such as high doses of vitamin C and cannabis oil never really make it to the the offices of most oncologists."

And did you realise that alternative treatments (I won't call it medicine) should break the $60 BILLION mark this year in the US alone?


Like you I don't really trust opinions as they're generally skewed. I do however trust reproducible facts which alt med-heads tend not to be able to supply.
Whilst there has been some minor successes in small lab-trials with vit c and cannabis used in combination with other drugs (generally using them as adjuvants to chemo) they're not exactly earth-shattering and certainly nowhere near the non-westernised pseudo-healers would have you believe.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

Good luck to the OP but I really don't think it's his self-medication which has helped him.
Had he not had prior surgery and chemo then I might think differently...

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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 06:31 AM
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originally posted by: Pardon?

originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: Pardon?

There is plenty of information online concerning the benefits of ultra high, intravenous doses of vitamin C used as part of either chemo or radiation treatment. I don't believe that I claimed the Vitamin C or cannabinoids cured anything, but the benefits of most non-invasive, natural treatments are either ignored or buried.

Western Medicine in my opinion is insulated and controlled by the almighty dollar. There is much more profit in treating symptoms than actually addressing the cause of those symptoms. That business protocol is a major factor in that Big Pharma was able to bank 711 billion in 2013.

When it comes right down to it I only trust the opinions of those, such as the OP that have lived through a medical hell, they are the experts on what works and what does not.



Seems like you did make the claim.
" however the many good treatments that have been used with great success in the past, such as high doses of vitamin C and cannabis oil never really make it to the the offices of most oncologists."

And did you realise that alternative treatments (I won't call it medicine) should break the $60 BILLION mark this year in the US alone?
Not bad for unregulated "treatments" eh?


Like you I don't really trust opinions as they're generally skewed. I do however trust reproducible facts which alt med-heads tend not to be able to supply.
Whilst there has been some minor successes in small lab-trials with vit c and cannabis used in combination with other drugs (generally using them as adjuvants to chemo) they're not exactly earth-shattering and certainly nowhere near the non-westernised pseudo-healers would have you believe.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

Good luck to the OP but I really don't think it's his self-medication which has helped him.
Had he not had prior surgery and chemo then I might think differently...



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 12:31 PM
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a reply to: Hr2burn
Thanks pal
Don't go to church but I have been told by a few people that they prey for me haha so you never know



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 12:37 PM
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originally posted by: Pardon?

originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: Pardon?

There is plenty of information online concerning the benefits of ultra high, intravenous doses of vitamin C used as part of either chemo or radiation treatment. I don't believe that I claimed the Vitamin C or cannabinoids cured anything, but the benefits of most non-invasive, natural treatments are either ignored or buried.

Western Medicine in my opinion is insulated and controlled by the almighty dollar. There is much more profit in treating symptoms than actually addressing the cause of those symptoms. That business protocol is a major factor in that Big Pharma was able to bank 711 billion in 2013.

When it comes right down to it I only trust the opinions of those, such as the OP that have lived through a medical hell, they are the experts on what works and what does not.





Good luck to the OP but I really don't think it's his self-medication which has helped him.
Had he not had prior surgery and chemo then I might think differently...
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I'm not sure you mean ? They tell me I need chemo because I have secondary tumours in my lungs after having chemo once an it's spread .. I don't have the chemo an 2 years later I'm cancer free .. When they said with chemo it will spread everywhere ??

How's the treatment I've had help me ? Please explain ? I ain't being funny pal just want to know ?



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 12:38 PM
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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 12:42 PM
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Good luck to the OP but I really don't think it's his self-medication which has helped him.
Had he not had prior surgery and chemo then I might think differently...
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I'm not sure you mean ? They tell me I need chemo because I have secondary tumours in my lungs after having chemo once an it's spread .. I don't have the chemo an 2 years later I'm cancer free .. When they said with out chemo it will spread everywhere ??

How's the treatment I've had help me ? Please explain ? I ain't being funny pal just want to know ?



edit on 92014fAmerica/ChicagopmSat, 06 Sep 2014 12:44:20 -050039 by nofear39 because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 01:57 PM
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Like you I don't really trust opinions as they're generally skewed. I do however trust reproducible facts which alt med-heads tend not to be able to supply.


If you are not interested in the opinions or experiences of folks that have cured themselves, then why in the world are you in this thread.

As I see it, there is a person with first hand experience with an alternative treatment, and a successful one at that. I am surprised that this thread has stayed as quiet as it has.

Nofear39's story is promising and hopeful for those that are not being helped by conventional therapies.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 02:22 PM
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originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: Pardon?



Like you I don't really trust opinions as they're generally skewed. I do however trust reproducible facts which alt med-heads tend not to be able to supply.


If you are not interested in the opinions or experiences of folks that have cured themselves, then why in the world are you in this thread.

As I see it, there is a person with first hand experience with an alternative treatment, and a successful one at that. I am surprised that this thread has stayed as quiet as it has.

Nofear39's story is promising and hopeful for those that are not being helped by conventional therapies.


Thanks a lot witness


I've just emailed my specialist with the links of all the trails of mebendazole for cancer .. That was posted on here .. See if he replys ..

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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:14 PM
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Please let us know if you do get a response, and what is conveyed.

Sometimes I think that doctors cease to learn once they get their license. It will be refreshing if your Doctor looks further into the reason for your recovery. If he does not, we can get a pretty good feel for why so many folks end their lives feeling so awful from the conventional cures that they put so much hope into.

It just never made sense to me to assault the body with chemo and radiation and then expect that person to heal.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:22 PM
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Yea I will let ya know pal

I think your right .. His training is all about chemo .. I looked at his web page
maybe I should link it on here ?
I haven't mentioned his name on here and I'm surprised no body's asked ?
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posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 02:28 AM
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originally posted by: nofear39




Good luck to the OP but I really don't think it's his self-medication which has helped him.
Had he not had prior surgery and chemo then I might think differently...
[/quote)

I'm not sure you mean ? They tell me I need chemo because I have secondary tumours in my lungs after having chemo once an it's spread .. I don't have the chemo an 2 years later I'm cancer free .. When they said with out chemo it will spread everywhere ??

How's the treatment I've had help me ? Please explain ? I ain't being funny pal just want to know ?




Firstly, certainly from what I heard the oncologist saying, you're not cancer free.
Had you been, you would have been discharged.

I'm happy for you to correct me but as far as I'm aware you had surgery and chemo as part of your initial treatment?
That's the treatment I'm on about.
The fact the cancer hasn't spread could be down to a number of factors, most likely late effects of the initial chemo you had.
The fact you had this treatment is why I'm dubious to say the least that your self-medication has done anything at all.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 02:38 AM
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originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: Pardon?



Like you I don't really trust opinions as they're generally skewed. I do however trust reproducible facts which alt med-heads tend not to be able to supply.


If you are not interested in the opinions or experiences of folks that have cured themselves, then why in the world are you in this thread.

As I see it, there is a person with first hand experience with an alternative treatment, and a successful one at that. I am surprised that this thread has stayed as quiet as it has.

Nofear39's story is promising and hopeful for those that are not being helped by conventional therapies.


Since a family member died of an untreatable metastised cancer 13 years ago I've been looking all over the place to see if it could have been successfully treated.
The short answer is no, it couldn't have been.
But what I've seen in that time has horrified me.
All sorts of unqualified loons saying this cures cancer, that cures cancer etc etc.
I've seen far too many official reports of people taking these alternative "therapies" and dying when they could have been easily treated.
I've seen too many people turning up to cancer clinics in stage 3 or 4 cancer hoping for something to be done because they've tried ear of newt when they were in stage 1 or 2 and it hasn't worked. And guess what, there's little that can be done then, just palliative treatment.

So, I come on threads like these because I don't like seeing people being conned and hurt, full stop.
Unlike some of the self-proclaimed "health experts" on here I neither pretend to be an expert not do I give medical advice.
I'll happily tell you when something cannot work though.

And unlike a lot on here I don't really like getting my information and knowledge from internet forums, testimonials or Youtube videos.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 02:41 AM
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originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: nofear39

Please let us know if you do get a response, and what is conveyed.

Sometimes I think that doctors cease to learn once they get their license. It will be refreshing if your Doctor looks further into the reason for your recovery. If he does not, we can get a pretty good feel for why so many folks end their lives feeling so awful from the conventional cures that they put so much hope into.

It just never made sense to me to assault the body with chemo and radiation and then expect that person to heal.



The oncologist the OP has seen has written countless research articles (he's had a couple published this year in fact) so I would suggest that he hasn't stopped learning.

Isn't it amazing that the survival rates for cancer have increased across the board by nearly 30% in the last 25 years.
Especially when all the doctors stop learning about things?

Stop talking out of your arse.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 02:48 AM
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How do you know the oncologist,s name ? I haven't mentioned it ? Did you recognise him from the vid ?



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 02:50 AM
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As I said I got secondary tumours 12 months after chemo an they wanted to give me chemo again so how has the 1 st chemo helped with the second cancer ?

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posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 03:00 AM
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The Doctor didn't say you were “cancer free”, he said that you might still have cancer and its not appearing on the scans (which does happen). There is a big difference between those two things.

Either way, good luck to you.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 03:02 AM
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And here's a little of what's happening with trails right now using mebendazole

" This is a study to determine the safety and efficacy of the drug, mebendazole, when used in combination with three additional chemotherapy agents, vincristine, carboplatin, and temozolomide, for the treatment of pediatric brain tumors. Mebendazole is a drug used to treat infections with intestinal parasites and has a long track record of safety in humans. Recently, it was discovered that mebendazole may be effective in treating cancer as well, in particular brain tumors. Studies using both cell cultures and mouse models demonstrated that mebendazole was effective in decreasing the growth of brain tumor cells."

www.cancer.gov...

Why are you so dismissive about this ? Do you feel bad that you couldn't help your family member who died from an untreatable cancer when maybe they could of been saved if you knew what you know know ?



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 03:13 AM
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originally posted by: defcon5
The Doctor didn't say you were “cancer free”, he said that you might still have cancer and its not appearing on the scans (which does happen). There is a big difference between those two things.

Either way, good luck to you.


I was advised by him that with out the second chemo I will die and I'm not even ill so he's going to cover his back !! My pals dad got the same cancer as mine in the same leg 9 months ago and I'm going to his funeral on Tuesday
he had all the usual treatment but he's brown bread now ... I know I've done the right thing but your allowed to think differently
that's why I love ats I can get other peoples take on things

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