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Discontinuation in United States The last manufacturer of mebendazole in the United States, Teva Pharmaceuticals, announced on October 7, 2011, that they have ceased manufacture of this product. As of December, 2011, it is no longer available from any manufacturer in the USA. No reason was given for this discontinuation.
Adverse effects Mebendazole is relatively free of toxic side effects or adverse reactions, although patients may complain of transient abdominal pain, diarrhea, slight headache, fever, dizziness, exanthema, urticaria and angioedema
The Grouppe Kurosawa organization exists to develop medical treatment protocols for acute and chronic diseases, such as influenza, asthma, colds, allergies, AIDS, hepatitis infections, cancer/leukemias, diabetes, arthritis, obesity and a host of other diseases, including Alzheimer’s and sexual dysfunction. The treatment protocols we develop utilize only natural medicines from plants, and over the counter generic drugs.
PLEASE, if you find info from the Grouppe Kurosawa website on another website or forum, check the date of the post. I can't stress this enough. Information in the medical field changes daily. So many of Steve's essays or protocals are now out of date. Check more current sources before following any information found on the Internet.
Originally posted by TopDogCynic
reply to post by TheAlmo
Although mebendazole has been shown to affect tumor growth in rats and in some human tissue, that doesn't mean that it will "cure" cancer.
It is being studied as a treatment for some cancers, but I sure wouldn't rely on it versus other proven treatments.
Although I recognize that lots of people at abovetopsecret are distrustful of the government, I have done lots of work in clinical research and am pretty sure that the National Institutes of Health would gladly support trials of any promising new cancer treatment.
Originally posted by TheMindWar
Would just like to add though, you say Big Pharma have "no interest" in researching some cancer drugs etc... I would go one further and say, they are activly suppressing and research into these drugs.
Big Pharma is bad because they only work for long term profit. This means they will and must target anyone or any research that promises a cure of cancers.
Originally posted by golemina
Doctors that force 'chemotherapy' on their patients are basically murdering them.
Our motto here at ATS is deny ignorance...
So here we go... quick summary.
Chemotherapy = Murder!