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Cholera Vaccine Use Is Associated With a Reduced Risk of Death in Patients With Colorectal Cancer


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Cholera Vaccine Use Is Associated With a Reduced Risk of Death in Patients With Colorectal Cancer: A Population-Based Study. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28923497
 

Patients vaccinated against cholera after CRC diagnosis had lower risks for CRC mortality (by 47%) and overall mortality (by 41%), compared with 525 unvaccinated controls. The survival advantages were “largely consistent irrespective of age at diagnosis, gender, and stage at diagnosis of CRC,” the authors write.  https://www.consultant360.com/story/cholera-vaccination-may-lower-risk-death-colorectal-cancer

 
This has been also observed in Prostate cancer patients, so it seems to be a more general result:  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6006429/

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Good afternoon; Mr. Daniel;
I'm Cleusa, here from Brazil. My husband, 47, has advanced cancer in the sigmoid rectum T4. Unfortunately with infiltration in the bladder, prostate and expanded out of the anus. I discovered your site and ordered FENBENDAZOLE 500 mg. He took 2 tablets for 45 days straight. But now we have had an MRI scan and to our surprise the tumor has grown and moved out of the anus, it has an exposed holiday. He went to the hospital and the hemoglobin was 3.5 g / dL and he had to do 5 blood transfusions. In addition, you are taking Homeopathy, Bach Flowers, food, supplements, etc. I ask: What happened? Do you have to take breaks and stop taking?
Believing in medicine, I continue taking Fenbendazole 500 mg, and now I am giving it 3 times a day. And I ask: Could you combine 500 mg of Mebendazole or 200 mg 3 X a day with the 1 tablet? I saw many reports of healing with Mebendazole.
Please answer me, if possible, as soon as possible, as the doctors have already sent you home, as they said there is no more hope!
Gratitude; Cleusa

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@cleusa

Dear Cleusa,

I am so sorry to hear about your husband and that doctors sent him home. 

Regarding Fenbendazole here are my comments:
- you mentioned you use 500mg. That dose not sound like Panacur C, but another source. Please note that sellers over the internet sell Fenbendazole claiming is nearly 100% purity but actually it contains only 7%. On a Facebook group there was somebody who did the analysis for one seller called Fenben Lab and the results indicated 7% only. So I would avoid using any other brands, other than Panacur C from Merck.
- if you need more info on Fenbendazole and its use, you may want to join one of the Facebook groups that are focused on Fenbendazole, such as the group of Joe Tippers 

Regarding Mebendazole, as I wrote in my post addressing this drug, in clinical trials very high dose have been used. Using about 500mg Mebendazole woudl not be an issue in normal case.

However, as I understand your dear husband has a low haemoglobin level. Both Fenbendazole and Mebendazole are microtubule inhibitors and can have impact on the bone marrow. If the patient has liver issues (or metastasis), this risk is high.

Other options that may offer chances in this situation and are relatively easy to access:
- https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/a-silver-bullet-to-kill-cancer/
- https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/dichloroacetate-dca-treatment-strategy/
- https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/citric-acid-inhibits-fermentation-and-kills-cancer-in-humans/
- Thalidomide may also be available in Brazil at a relatively accessible price and could represent a relevant option alone or with Celecoxib https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/thalidomide-once-alleviate-morning-sickness-in-pregnant-women/

I hope this helps.

Kind regards,
Daniel

 


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Hello; Daniel;

grateful for the answer.

Thank goodness he has no liver problems or metastases. Iron sulfate, folic acid and intravenous B12 are forming. For 7 months he has been taking 3 times a day synthetic phosphoethanolamine. I am now giving 3 X a day together with Fenbendazole and Mebendazole Cimetidine 200 mg with fish oil for better absorption. Febendazole is from the Agener União brand. However, I will check the issue of Febendazole. Do I cancel for now and continue giving only Mebendazole ?? What do you tell me ?? And where do you buy Dichloroacetate (DCA) ?? And the silver ?? Sorry I don't speak English, I write with a translator and I have difficulty. I tried to access to buy Panacur and did not find it available. I feel discouraged. Very difficult! He's using a colostomy bag, urine bag, and the tumor has expanded and an open wound has left near the anus. I am dressing with gauze. The doctor said he won't walk anymore. Only Jesus!
I wait, answer.
Thankful. Cleusa


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@daniel

Hi Daniel; I have to tell you that we've been vegetarians for 20 years. Even before he was taking Febendazole, Rodrigo had low immunity and had to have a blood transfusion twice. The doctor said it is characteristic of the disease. Now as I wrote above, he is taking an iron supplement, B12, folic acid and has a healthy diet based on citrus fruits, green vegetables and has returned to eating red meat and fish.
I bought Mebendazole 100 mg and I'm giving it 3 X a day. It is 300 mg per day. He stopped taking the Febendazole he had bought from Agener União.
You mentioned 500 mg of Mebendazole. Would it be a total of 1500 mg per day ??
I'm going to buy Thalidomide and Celecoxib for him to start taking.
I'm not finding the site to buy Panacur C from Merck. Could you indicate me ??
Sorry for the English translated from Google.
Thank you for responding.
Cleusa


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Posted by: @cleusa

Hello; Daniel;

grateful for the answer.

Thank goodness he has no liver problems or metastases. Iron sulfate, folic acid and intravenous B12 are forming. For 7 months he has been taking 3 times a day synthetic phosphoethanolamine. I am now giving 3 X a day together with Fenbendazole and Mebendazole Cimetidine 200 mg with fish oil for better absorption. Febendazole is from the Agener União brand. However, I will check the issue of Febendazole. Do I cancel for now and continue giving only Mebendazole ?? What do you tell me ?? And where do you buy Dichloroacetate (DCA) ?? And the silver ?? Sorry I don't speak English, I write with a translator and I have difficulty. I tried to access to buy Panacur and did not find it available. I feel discouraged. Very difficult! He's using a colostomy bag, urine bag, and the tumor has expanded and an open wound has left near the anus. I am dressing with gauze. The doctor said he won't walk anymore. Only Jesus!
I wait, answer.
Thankful. Cleusa

 


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Dear @cleusa,

Here you can find the info on DCA https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/dichloroacetate-dca-treatment-strategy

Kind regards,
Daniel

 


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@daniel

Hi Daniel; I have to tell you that we've been vegetarians for 20 years. Even before he was taking Febendazole, Rodrigo had low immunity and had to have a blood transfusion twice. The doctor said it is characteristic of the disease. Now as I wrote above, he is taking an iron supplement, B12, folic acid and has a healthy diet based on citrus fruits, green vegetables and has returned to eating red meat and fish.
I bought Mebendazole 100 mg and I'm giving it 3 X a day. It is 300 mg per day. He stopped taking the Febendazole he had bought from Agener União.
You mentioned 500 mg of Mebendazole. Would it be a total of 1500 mg per day ??
I'm going to buy Thalidomide and Celecoxib for him to start taking.
I'm not finding the site to buy Panacur C from Merck. Could you indicate me ??
Sorry for the English translated from Google.
Thank you for responding.
Cleusa

Dear @cleusa,

Here is the information on Mbendazole https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/the-over-the-counter-drug-mebendazole-acts-like-chemotherapy-but-with-virtually-no-side-effects/

1500mg Mbendazole may be a little too much to start with. I woudl probaly start with 500mg and go up step by step if everything is fine. Remember that drugs such as Mbendazole and Fenbendazole in higher dose and with Cimetidine (which increases their blood level) may lead to additional impact on lowering hemoglobin. Please read the above info and decide. Please ask the support of a medically trained person when implementing various drugs. The same with Thalidomide https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/thalidomide-once-alleviate-morning-sickness-in-pregnant-women/

For sources of Panacur C please check on Facebook groups where to find. 

Kind regards,
Daniel

 


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@daniel

Hi; Daniel; Thank you for the prompt reply.
I read everything about Mebendazole. Now, on the 20th, my husband will have new blood tests to see the hemoglobin level. We are monitoring. Here in Brazil, unfortunately, we do not have access to quality doctors and medicine by SUS. Doctors simply said they had nothing more to do. Only comfort therapy at home. But despite the extremely serious condition, he is feeling good with a lot of faith. So we have to look for alternative medicine with the support of those who have already passed and won.
I explained to my husband and canceled the fake Fenbendazole. But he wants to take Panacur C. I'm looking for it.
I think I'll leave thalidomide for now. And can I give celecoxib ??
Thankful. Cleusa


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@cleusa

celecoxib should be good in my view.

Kind regards,
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@daniel

HI; Daniel; So I'm going to buy. Together you will continue to take Mebendazole with Cimetidine and all supplements, including Turmeric and Synthetic Phosphotolamine. I'm looking for DCA, but here in Brazil everything is very difficult.
As you can see, he has no alternative but to believe in faith and make use of this medication, even perhaps at risk. If you can shed some more light, we appreciate it.
It's all or nothing! With faith in God!
Thank you very much and we count on your support.
If you have any questions, I will write. Hug. Cleusa


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@cleusa About Turmeric, please make sure you use Curcumin with the highest amount available, like min 500mg or better 1000mg capsule. Turmeric is the whole plant but best is the extract that is Curcumin. Some successful cases were reported in the range of 7-8g Curcumin/day/

You could also consider adding EGCG - successful cases were reported in the range of 2-4g/day.

Pyrvinium Pamoate could also be relevant in this case https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/pyrvinium-pamoate/
Can you find it in Brazil?

Kind regards,
Daniel

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@daniel

Hi; I will make sure you take the right amount of curcumin. I have never heard of pyrvinium pamoate. I'll search.
Gratitude. Cleusa

 


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@daniel

Hi Daniel, sorry, a question. Can I continue giving Mebendazole and also Pirvino Pamoate? Or how would you combine the two together ?? It's possible??


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@cleusa

HI, 

My wife used both at the same time next to many other supplements and repurposed drugs, with no problem. But of course every patient is different. Always be careful, move step by step and ask support of a doctor to implement drugs as often as possible.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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@daniel

Good afternoon; Daniel;

I finally got the Pirvinio Pamoato. My husband, as I said, stopped taking Fenbendazole, which I think was fake, and is taking Mebendazole 200 mg - 3 X a day.
You said you could associate Pamoato de Pirvinio. What dosage to take? Is it to be taken every day with Mebendazole ?? Grateful for the answer.


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Hi,

Here I discussed the dose for Pyrvinium https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/pyrvinium-pamoate/?highlight=pamoate

Kind regards,
Daniel


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@daniel

Yes; thankful. li. I was just in doubt because he is taking Membendazole and I am doubtful if the dose would be the same as indicated in the post and can it be taken directly every day?


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