In the 5 years I have been a regular reader on ATS, I never saw this screen:
Which in itself, I find, more interesting than the topic I have for you today, because ATS is ridiculously rich in topics.
What is Mebendazole?
It is a drug used to treat infestations by worms including pinworms, roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, and whipworms. But, it also cures cancer...
I have hated cancer for it took the lives of a huge number of great people: scientists, artists (musicians, actors, painters, filmmakers, and many
others...), and of course many of my family members. It's the single most thing I hated since I came to this world. During my research, I became
absolutely convinced that Big Pharma is not, by any means, in any way shape or form, interested in curing cancer. And that they're only interested in
extending your life, long enough, so that you will give them ALL the money you can possibly give them, before you die.
I have seen movies like Burzynski The Movie which you must watch here
if you haven't already, and it's only
another movie that shows a doctor's struggle against the FDA and Big Pharma's continuous efforts in suppressing potential cures for cancer. But, we're
not going to talk about Burzynski today. Today, we talk about Mebendazole.
I found an interesting article
on viewzone, which is an amazing online magazine, written (the
aticle) by an awesome guy called Dan Eden. Then I went on to conduct my own research on the subject which I need your help in continuing.
So what exactly is so interesting about Mebendazole?
1- It targets cancer cells and kills them leaving other healthy cells untouched.
2- It kills tumors that are resistant to chemotherapy and radiation as I will show in a study below.
3- It's so cheap it's almost free (in Egypt, 1 sleeve contains 6 tablets and it costs 1.5 Egyptian pounds which is a quarter of a dollar) and it's
4- It is very tolerable and has little to no side effects and you can take ridiculous amounts of it before it starts ot bother your system.
5- Its effects and anti tumor qualities has been very well-documented, studied, and published in many scientific journals which I have 6 of for you
today. I found them on viewzone, but I had to go look for each journal and make sure it exists by myself and give you guys the links so you can
download and read the journals yourself.
6- It's discontinued in the United States and no reason is given for its discontinuation. As of December, 2011, it is no longer available from any
manufacturer in the USA.
So, people who understand this stuff, here is how this thing works:
The action of mebendazole on cancer cells does not have much to do with it being a worm killer. Other meds and herbs that kill worms would be unlikely
to work for cancer. Mebendazole damages tubulin in cancer cells. It interrupts the cell cycle before the cells go into mitosis. It also stimulates
apoptosis, natural cell death. It also seems to block angeogenesis, meaning it stops blood vessel growth to tumors.
Experts on the subjects can read more about it in the links I am going to provide, but, I really don't know anything about it. For me, the above
paragraph is gibberish. Now, because Big Pharma is not interested in clinical trials and research because there's no profit margin in it, I could only
have two cases of humans with cancers who treated themselves with Mebendazole. One of them used Mebendazole only, and the other combined it with
another drug called: Cimetidine.
The first case:
A 48-year-old man with adrenocortical carcinoma had disease progression with systemic therapies including mitotane, 5-fluorouracil, streptozotocin,
bevacizumab, and external beam radiation therapy. Treatment with all chemotherapeutic drugs was ceased, and he was prescribed mebendazole, 100 mg
twice daily, as a single agent. His metastases initially regressed and subsequently remained stable. While receiving mebendazole as a sole
treatment for 19 months, his disease remained stable. He did not experience any clinically significant adverse effects, and his quality of life was
satisfactory. His disease subsequently progressed after 24 months of mebendazole monotherapy.
This shows the regression of the tumor before it started growing back again.
Full story here
. You must download the full PDF
to read the case study.
Now there is a lot of interesting things in that study. First of all:
This is the first report of using mebendazole as cancer treatment in a human patient.
then there's that:
he was prescribed single-agent mebendazole, 100 mg orally twice daily (a typical anthelmintic dosage)
These two quotes from the journal tell us a lot. If this is the first report of using the drug as a cancer treatment on a human patient, then, what
does that tell you about how much we know about the potential of the drug and HOW to use it IF we're going to be using it to treat cancer and NOT
worms. He was prescribed a single-agent Mebendazole (which I will show later that it can be combined with another drug that greatly improves its
effectiveness) and the dose was 100 mg orally twice daily which is the dosage for treating worms and not cancer! And according to
journal, patients can take up to 1.5 GRAMS daily! Which is 15 times the 100mg
dose! And who knows if they started giving him placebos after witnessing notable progress. I mean if he got cured, that would be the cure for
cancer, and the whole world will know and good-bye big money for Pharma!
The second case (I am sorry this one is just a woman on a forum):
I have a large tumor in my left breast which has continued to grow for the last two years despite many different alternative treatments. (Will not go
into the long list now.) After reading several articles in the Grouppe Kurosawa Natural Medicines Public Blog, I have been taking cimetidine, 200 mg,
4 times a day on an empty stomach (CVS brand over the counter acid reducer) and mebendazole, 100 mg, 3 times a day on an empty stomach (prescription
worm medicine). I did this for 6 weeks, took a week off, then have been doing it for another week and will continue. I do not know if this dosage
is optimum or not. When I started, the breast was aching a lot (which I believe was the expanding tumor pressing on tissues) and had just started
to have some stabbing pains occassionally. Within days of starting the cimetidine and mebendazole, all aches and pains in the breast ceased.
The other thing I noticed is that the breast cooled to the touch; it had been noticibly warmer than the other breast. This makes sense if it is
disrupting the formation of blood vessels which feed the tumor. I haven’t noticed any shrinkage of the tumor yet. I am continuing to take some other
supplements but list is too long to post now. If there are more positive changes, I will post another message. Blessings to All.
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