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Nadezhda Angelova
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Hello,

My father has a lung cancer with metastasis in the liver, kidney, head and bones. He already passed one round of radiation and three rounds chemotherapy. The doctors prescribed him the following medicaments: Bisohexal, Sortis, Eliquis. Please, for opinion whether he can combine the medicaments mentioned above with Panacur, CBD oil, Teracurmin, Berberin, Calcium, Vit. B12 + Folate, Vitamin C, Beta Glucan, Aloe Arborescens. Is someone knows for some incompatibility between these medicaments. We are worried because every day he takes a lot of pills.


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Daniel
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Dear Nadezha,

I checked the drugs you mentioned (Bisohexal, Sortis, Eliquis) which contain the following active ingredients:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisoprolol
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atorvastatin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apixaban

According to the interaction checker https://reference.medscape.com/drug-interactionchecker?src=google they seem not to have interaction with drugs of Fenbendazole type (such as Mebendazole, Albendazole).

Unless you are using extremely high doses of the supplements you mentioned, I do not expect any major interaction between the supplements + Fenbendazole + the drugs you mention your dad is using.

If the Curcumin you are using is in the range of several grams/day (e.g. 7g/day) this can have some blood thinning effects which may be too much in combo with Apixaban. However, I guess you are using Curcumin about 1g/day which is low and should not represent an issue.

Kind regards,
Daniel

 

 


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Yip
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Daniel,

regarding Panacur C, my mom is taking 1gm pack of Panacur C three days on and four days off along with her chemo pill for stage IV lung cancer.    Her weight is 40kg, so I am thinking about giving her the 2gm packs instead because the tumor is still growing.  Do I still give it three days on and four days off like the way Joe Tippen did it?

ken


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Daniel
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@yip

HI Ken,

Is your mom on other drugs an supplements? Chemo, immuno-therapy or anything like this?

Kind regards,
Daniel


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Yip
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My mom took one round of Osimertinib, with initial reduction but grew back, and then they gave her Erlotinib (Tarceva) and I started combining it with Panacur 1gm pack three days on, four days rest for three months And at the end of that period, adding CBD oil and Tercumin and Vit E as recommended by Joe Tippen.  However, the CT scan showed lung tumors still grew 15%.  

This week the at the City Of Hope started mom on Vizimpro and because the tumor had grown around her Brochial tubes, she has some blood when she coughs in the morning, they are going to schedule her for radiation treatment.  

I wonder why the Tarceva and Panacur C did not work.  Perhaps I did not give her high enough dose.  It was only 5mg/kg/day for three days a week.  

 

Perhaps this time with Vizimpro I should double the dose to 10mg/kg/day for three days straight per week.  And I will make sure she takes the Teracumin and the CBD oil as recommended by Joe.  Would it be too much to give my mom the Panacur C every day.

She just got on an appetite medication from synthetic THC because she was losing so much weight, down to 79 pounds a week ago (she started cancer treatment at 109 pounds.    After taking the medical THC, and through many prayers, she gained 3 pounds this week.

I still would like to know why the Panacur C did not work with the Treceva.  Did I not give her enough a day or should I give Panacur to her every day. 

I had also given mom Dr. Farrah’s Boston C and Doctor’s shake.

Will Boston C (a natural detoxifier and T cell enhancer) interfere with the Vizimpro and Panacur C?  


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cythere72
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Hi I was just diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer metastasized to my liver. I weigh about 130 lbs. How much panacur should I take? Any reply would be appreciated. 


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Daniel
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@cythere72 Hi, I am sorry to hear that. I hope you will be good soon. Here is the info https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/fenbendazole/

Please go through my posts on this website as well as the "lung cancer" section in the Forum area and you will find more relevant info.

Kind regards,

Daniel


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