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Thanks to TheAlmo ..this Cancer cure that worked for me .

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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 10:45 AM
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And you feel better instead of worse. I'm going to try to look up the basis of those medicines more and try to find what we have changed that took those natural chemicals out of the body. Up until a generation before me, people in the country ate dandelion greens for salads in the spring before their lettuces came up. This practice may be beneficial for helping stop Cancer from growing and reverse it. Many foods that we store in the winter can have properties that allow cancer to grow. We have an advantage now from years ago, but it seems that more people are getting cancer now than they did before. I think it has to do with the chemicals used to delay the foods oxidation myself. Antioxidants are good for you in moderation but eating too much is not good at all. I think that the whole antioxidant fad was created to protect the food industries use of them to delay the wilting of things.

I am not saying antioxidants are bad, just that eating too much of them is harmful and can actually increase the chance of cancer by weakening our energy to fight cancer and other diseases. Mis-formed cells should die, why would someone want to delay this with high amounts of foods that slow cell death. Rationallity should always be observed yet the people trying to structure our diet are jumping at new discoveries and promoting things that should be slowly and moderately incorporated into a persons diet. They say broccoli is good for people yet they don't tell you that it can also be bad if not well cooked. People take this information and start to eat broccoli three times a week. Once a week is enough to get the good benefits. If you are hyperactive or a little anxious, eating a little more may help to lower energy levels to proper socially accepted amounts. People who are full of energy don't want to dampen that energy though even though they should. A person with a low metabolism should only eat cooked broccoli, not raw. Same with cabbage and cauliflower. Lowering our energy level too low makes us not able to kill the cancer.

That is what happens when you put people who haven't got an open mind and curiosity controlling the food. They look at part of the evidence and since they feel better they think everyone has the same metabolic rate as they do. They don't look for any evidence that goes against their beliefs. If they come across it they scoff at it.

We need intelligent open minded individuals that listen to the old people to run the governments health departments, not people that are popular or connected. The information flying around at high levels is all messed up. I pick on broccoli because most people know what it is and can look up the bad properties of it easily. Looking up how to neutralize these bad properties is time consuming. I have nothing against broccoli, it is very good for you if cooked well and the consumption of all cruciferous veggies is moderate..

I can go on and on about many foods. People feel good with vitamin c because it lowers body copper levels. Lowering the copper gives you more energy to fight things, but doing it longterm can deplete copper and then that can cause problems on it's own. It can also lead to high iron levels in the body which is no good either. Moderation in everything is needed. timing of food by season is also critical.

Sorry for getting a little off topic, I am glad you are feeling well and that that worked well. If you continue those pills too long, are they going to give you any side effects and possibly some organ failure? Have you ever studied long term use? I know you probably still need them but it is something to consider in the future...You should research how to determine negative effects. One is a high nitrogen compound, eating foods containing leucines could be beneficial and foods that also have molybdenum in them to detox the nitrates.




posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 10:48 AM
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Unbelievable.

Thanks for the eye-opening story, and congratulations.

Cheers.



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 10:58 AM
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I agree with all of what you just said but i never changed any of my eating habits ... im fairly healthy anyway .. i worked hard outside most days ... and ive never been over weight


but i still eat mcky d's an kfcs now and again .. and chinese food



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:00 AM
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CleanCare
Unbelievable.

Thanks for the eye-opening story, and congratulations.

Cheers.


Thanks
Happy new year



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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Sorry I'm new to ATS, but I really want to flag this thread for others to see, but I can't find the button for it.

How do I flag a thread?

EDIT: Oh, so i just clicked on the flag symbol and it worked. -___- my bad
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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:09 AM
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Nofear, have no fear (sorry, couldn't resist) you are definitely doing the right thing by posting this information! Just like TheAlmo shared their information... it saved your life and now you have the opportunity to pay-it-forward by the simple act of sharing your own.

I am very grateful to be a part of this community and this is just one of many reasons, however when it's all said and done, this just might be the greatest of all reasons... life changing/saving info is shared so freely with all who need or desire it.

And on a personal note: CONGRATULATIONS on your remission! And here's to your continued good health and a very Happy New Year!!!
*insert clinking beer mug emoticon here*



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:10 AM
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Looks legit.

I did a search for "Mebendazole" on pubmed.gov and there are some pretty interesting articles there.


Found this intriguing abstract on the use of Mebendazole on melanoma. Very cool stuff here.

Our results suggest that this screening approach is useful for identifying agents that show promise in the treatment of even chemoresistant melanoma and identifies mebendazole as a potent, melanoma-specific cytotoxic agent.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
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and...wow!



Abstract
Adrenocortical carcinoma is a rare tumor of the adrenal gland which requires new therapeutic approaches as its early diagnosis is difficult and prognosis poor despite therapies used. Recently, mebendazole has been proved to be effective against different cancers. The aim of our study was to evaluate whether mebendazole may result therapeutically useful in the treatment of human adrenocortical carcinoma. We analyzed the effect of mebendazole on human adrenocortical carcinoma cells in vitro and after implantation in nude mice. In order to clarify mechanisms of mebendazole action, metastases formation, apoptosis and angiogenesis were also investigated. Mebendazole significantly inhibited cancer cells growth, both in vitro and in vivo, the effects being due to the induction of apoptosis. Moreover, mebendazole inhibited invasion and migration of cancer cells in vitro, and metastases formation in vivo. Overall, these data suggest that treatment with mebendazole, also in combination with standard therapies, could provide a new protocol for the inhibition of adrenocortical carcinoma growth.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:25 AM
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IrishCream
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Nofear, have no fear (sorry, couldn't resist) you are definitely doing the right thing by posting this information! Just like TheAlmo shared their information... it saved your life and now you have the opportunity to pay-it-forward by the simple act of sharing your own.

I am very grateful to be a part of this community and this is just one of many reasons, however when it's all said and done, this just might be the greatest of all reasons... life changing/saving info is shared so freely with all who need or desire it.

And on a personal note: CONGRATULATIONS on your remission! And here's to your continued good health and a very Happy New Year!!!
*insert clinking beer mug emoticon here*


hello Irishcream


Yes you are right that almo saved my life by sharing what he new
thats why i wrote the thread but i did think hard if it was the right thing to do ..

Im also grateful to be a part of this community
probably more than most ...


Thanks for the kind words pal ... and a happy new year to you 2



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 11:27 AM
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MrPlow
Looks legit.

I did a search for "Mebendazole" on pubmed.gov and there are some pretty interesting articles there.


Found this intriguing abstract on the use of Mebendazole on melanoma. Very cool stuff here.

Our results suggest that this screening approach is useful for identifying agents that show promise in the treatment of even chemoresistant melanoma and identifies mebendazole as a potent, melanoma-specific cytotoxic agent.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
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and...wow!



Abstract
Adrenocortical carcinoma is a rare tumor of the adrenal gland which requires new therapeutic approaches as its early diagnosis is difficult and prognosis poor despite therapies used. Recently, mebendazole has been proved to be effective against different cancers. The aim of our study was to evaluate whether mebendazole may result therapeutically useful in the treatment of human adrenocortical carcinoma. We analyzed the effect of mebendazole on human adrenocortical carcinoma cells in vitro and after implantation in nude mice. In order to clarify mechanisms of mebendazole action, metastases formation, apoptosis and angiogenesis were also investigated. Mebendazole significantly inhibited cancer cells growth, both in vitro and in vivo, the effects being due to the induction of apoptosis. Moreover, mebendazole inhibited invasion and migration of cancer cells in vitro, and metastases formation in vivo. Overall, these data suggest that treatment with mebendazole, also in combination with standard therapies, could provide a new protocol for the inhibition of adrenocortical carcinoma growth.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
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Thanks MrPlow



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 12:00 PM
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nofear39

woodwardjnr
Where do you get it from? What's the recommended dosage? Sounds interesting.



i buy the mebendazole from any chemist ...Ovex family pack 100mg per tablet(1 three times a day ) ... i get the glutimine from amazon(50 grams twice a day ) and i get the cimetidine on prescription (1 four times a day ) ...only way i could get them in the uk
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Hi nofear first off congratulations on your life story regarding your cancer I hope everything is still going to plan

Secondly, not that it's important, hello from Essex


Thirdly thanks for posting Almo's thread I was trying to find to show my friends as myself I lost my mother 3 years ago to Cancer .. Long story short they found the tumour way too late it had already spread through her body.

Another reason why I was looking for Almos thread my friends mum passed just under a year ago. We were discussing cancer because seeing a film in the local cinema prior to the film and new film trailers we were sat there and was bombarded with cancer related tv adverts. This disgusted me and my friends in a way just because you go to see a film to get away from all the crap that goes on in the world but there we sat with these adverts shoved on our faces on the biggest screen possible.

Now as a smoker of cigarettes and something else I'm aware my chances of getting cancer increases. I'm glad threads like yours and others on here as if the time comes and it happens to me I've got a lot of alternative options and treatments I can try

So thank you for your story and information I can read up on I really hope this is the end of that horrible journey you had to endeavour.

The question I want to ask is .. The drug you had to get on prescription, how did you get the prescription was simply go to your doctor and ask for one ?

Thanks for your time and thanks for letting everyone read your story. I wish you all the best sir and hope 2014 brings you peace

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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 12:02 PM
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Glad you did go a. and post your experience nofear39, i have a feeling you might well have saved some lives if people reading go a. and try what you had.

Glad too that you're clear of the cancer and that filthy crap they were pumping into you, nice to have a positive read on the cusp of a new year...hopefull vibes and all that.

The fact that MZ is now not manufactured anywhere in the entire USA speaks volumes about American pharma and government agencies supposedly tasked with ensuring the health of US citizens...i HIGHLY doubt there aren't large numbers of people that routinely are infected with intestinal parasites like worms and so on in the USA, iow, there's an obvious demand for MZ as an anti-parasitic...which in turn means and fairly conclusively too, that there is indeed a conspiracy in US government and pharma corporations...long suspected by those of us keeping an eye on them..but banning MZ when there is a requirement for it as a wormer in addition to it just happening to have promising anti-cancer effects proves there is indeed a diabolical conspiracy.

The ******* vultures...literally picking over the flesh and bones of the sick and dying, all for bloody filthy money.

Makes my blood boil thinking about the swine doing this to people, vulnerable people who trust them.

Cheers for the information.



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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You need a friendly doctor ...i dont want to say to much about it on here .. pm if ya like and i will explain



and happy new year

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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 12:18 PM
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A back hand job eh
lol it's ok you are entitled to tell what you like I'll try and u2u when I'm not meant to be working



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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Glad you did go a. and post your experience nofear39, i have a feeling you might well have saved some lives if people reading go a. and try what you had.

Glad too that you're clear of the cancer and that filthy crap they were pumping into you, nice to have a positive read on the cusp of a new year...hopefull vibes and all that.

The fact that MZ is now not manufactured anywhere in the entire USA speaks volumes about American pharma and government agencies supposedly tasked with ensuring the health of US citizens...i HIGHLY doubt there aren't large numbers of people that routinely are infected with intestinal parasites like worms and so on in the USA, iow, there's an obvious demand for MZ as an anti-parasitic...which in turn means and fairly conclusively too, that there is indeed a conspiracy in US government and pharma corporations...long suspected by those of us keeping an eye on them..but banning MZ when there is a requirement for it as a wormer in addition to it just happening to have promising anti-cancer effects proves there is indeed a diabolical conspiracy.

The ******* vultures...literally picking over the flesh and bones of the sick and dying, all for bloody filthy money.

Makes my blood boil thinking about the swine doing this to people, vulnerable people who trust them.

Cheers for the information.







I agree with every word pal ..


thanks for the kind words to



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 01:41 PM
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This is GREAT !!!!!!!!

I Love when people work together and help each other with alternative forms of thinking. What heart warming thread.

Hey OP, I have another question for you. WHat has having cancer, and then being cured, done for you psychologically, spiritually, mentally?

I bet you appreciate every single day, sunrises and sunsets, friends, family, a good meal?



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 02:05 PM
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dominicus
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This is GREAT !!!!!!!!

I Love when people work together and help each other with alternative forms of thinking. What heart warming thread.

Hey OP, I have another question for you. WHat has having cancer, and then being cured, done for you psychologically, spiritually, mentally?

I bet you appreciate every single day, sunrises and sunsets, friends, family, a good meal?


Ive always lived life to the full
and i never once thought i was going to die
positive thinking


ive got a great family around me and that helps

lifes great
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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 02:21 PM
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nofear39

dominicus
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This is GREAT !!!!!!!!

I Love when people work together and help each other with alternative forms of thinking. What heart warming thread.

Hey OP, I have another question for you. WHat has having cancer, and then being cured, done for you psychologically, spiritually, mentally?

I bet you appreciate every single day, sunrises and sunsets, friends, family, a good meal?


Ive always lived life to the full
and i never once thought i was going to die
positive thinking

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You, my friend, are a gentleman and a scholar.

Glad to have you around and glad you kicked cancers arse. Quite heroic!!!!

Your story is an inspiration to many, I'm glad you posted. If I ever make out to UK, first round is on me. By the way, love me some Samuel Smith!!!!



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 02:27 PM
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dominicus

nofear39

dominicus
reply to post by nofear39
 

This is GREAT !!!!!!!!

I Love when people work together and help each other with alternative forms of thinking. What heart warming thread.

Hey OP, I have another question for you. WHat has having cancer, and then being cured, done for you psychologically, spiritually, mentally?

I bet you appreciate every single day, sunrises and sunsets, friends, family, a good meal?


Ive always lived life to the full
and i never once thought i was going to die
positive thinking

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You, my friend, are a gentleman and a scholar.

Glad to have you around and glad you kicked cancers arse. Quite heroic!!!!

Your story is an inspiration to many, I'm glad you posted. If I ever make out to UK, first round is on me. By the way, love me some Samuel Smith!!!!


Thanks dom
im a jd and coke man myself

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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 02:34 PM
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Thanks OP - I'd like to keep track of progress




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