A Cancer Treatments Research post on Fenbendazole use in cancer and the science behind. Fenbendazole is a deworming drug used in animals, now used by patinets to fight cancer. This post addresses the cancer protocol and the dosage for humans inline with Joe Tippens protocol, using panacur c.
Background: Yes, in the European countries Mebendazole can be found on the supermarket shelves. Mebendazole is an anthelmintic drug that has been used since the early 1970s to treat a range of parasitical worm infections, including threadworm, tapeworms, roundworms, and other nematode and trematode infections in humans and domestic animals (Ref.). The drug is among those on the World
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Cellular division: Mitosis is a part of the cell life cycle in which the division of the nucleus takes place so that finally one cell will become two cells. This is the process in which chromosomes in a cell nucleus are separated into two identical sets of chromosomes, and each set ends up in its own nucleus. The
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This is a fascinating field in cancer treatment. While various electro-magnetic-wave-based solutions have been proposed during the past century to treat cancer, only recently this treatment strategy started to gain momentum as both academia and the industry started to recognize the value. In this context, field based solutions for cancer treatment have even been approved recently by FDA
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