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Daniel
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Here is his website: https://www.killingcancer.net/treatments

Fenbendazole: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/fenbendazole/

Artemisinin: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/artemisia-annua-its-extract-artemisinin/

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Shanti
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Hi D!

I have seen some responses to fenbendazole in men with prostate cancer where it seemed the patient was able to isolate the response to the fenben. However, since this man was prescribed and is taking lupron, and that lupron shot was likely given at the end of Oct or beginning of Nov, his drop in PSA from 112 to 25 before chemo on a Nov 20th blood test would be a known response to lupron. I would venture that the drop is due to the lupron since he only started fenbendazole on Nov 18th ( https://www.killingcancer.net/alternative-treatments-and-the-falling-psa ). His lupron was probably given with along with a couple of weeks bicalutamide. PSA will typically start dropping right away and Lupron alone can put even aggressive disease into remission for months or years. 

We have actually added Fenben into my husband's protocol last month, he is doing ok with it as long as we do the 3 days on 4 days off protocol  Things have been moving quickly now for us.  We have applied for and been accepted to Germany for Lu-177 treatment in Frankfurt in June. If all goes smoothly, we will be making the trip next month.  

Warmly,

Shanti


   
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Posted by: @shanti

We have actually added Fenben into my husband's protocol last month, he is doing ok with it as long as we do the 3 days on 4 days off protocol  Things have been moving quickly now for us.  We have applied for and been accepted to Germany for Lu-177 treatment in Frankfurt in June. If all goes smoothly, we will be making the trip next month.  

Warmly,

Shanti

I hope all goes well on your trip to Germany, Shanti!


   
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Thanks Johan, I won't be convinced we are going until the deposit is made and travel is booked. I will let everyone know how it goes.


   
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Dear Shanti,

Perfect observation! I was too fast - I only read the general information presented and not their blogs. Fortunately the many is free of cancer now but indeed the results can easily be attributed to the conventional treatments he did (first hormonal and after chemo). Indeed, there was a hormonal treatment done (Lupron) while the PSA declined a lot. Therefore, I changed the title of this topic so that it is not misleading anymore.

Thank you for carefully looking at the story of this man!

Kind regards,
Daniel


   
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Dera Shanti,

Please keep us up to date on the planned trip! Is your flight going to be directly to Frankfurt?

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Daniel


   
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@daniel

I figured you hadn't had time to give the blog a once over with how busy you are.  Still working on travel plans, but most likely will have a layover in Reykjavik, Iceland. 


   
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Dear Shanti, good luck with therapy in Frankfurt! You are doing a fantastic job helping your husband.


   
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@johan @daniel @manuone

We have a PSMA PET/CT scheduled in California on June 5th. If it shows that my husband is a good candidate for Lu-177 PSMA treatment, we head to Germany on June 19th.  I'll keep everyone posted.


   
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@shanti Thank you for the update Shanti! Do you plan to implement anything around that treatment or you prefer to go "clean" first?


   
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@johan @daniel @manuone

We have a PSMA PET/CT scheduled in California on June 5th. If it shows that my husband is a good candidate for Lu-177 PSMA treatment, we head to Germany on June 19th.  I'll keep everyone posted.

Busy days ahead! All the best and Godspeed.

 


   
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Hi D-

We will be considering that this weekend and discussing. I have some ideas in mind and have some suggestions from you from a previous post. We are thinking about things that increase oxidative stress and also increase oxygen/blood flow. We are also keeping in mind that we want to avoid anything that has any potential to down-regulate PSMA expression, and as most things have not been looked at in that capacity, it will limit what we consider for the first go around.  I know you have provided me some feedback on this in another thread, but if anything is jumping out at you, please share :-).

Shanti


   
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@daniel

Hi D-

We will be considering that this weekend and discussing. I have some ideas in mind and have some suggestions from you from a previous post. We are thinking about things that increase oxidative stress and also increase oxygen/blood flow. We are also keeping in mind that we want to avoid anything that has any potential to down-regulate PSMA expression, and as most things have not been looked at in that capacity, it will limit what we consider for the first go around.  I know you have provided me some feedback on this in another thread, but if anything is jumping out at you, please share :-).

Shanti

Hi there, are there any updates on your husbands prostate cancer journey with Fenbendazole?

 

Anyone else can say anything positive about Fenbendazole protocol for prostate cancer?


   
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@lookingfortreatment Hi- My husband was not able to tolerate the fenbendazole, it caused too much GI distress, so we did not end up using it. 


   
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@lookingfortreatment At the moment, he is still in remission (he was diagnosed in Nov 2016 with metastatic prostate). We use conventional treatments, supplements, and clioquinol/zinc. 


   
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@lookingfortreatment Hi- My husband was not able to tolerate the fenbendazole, it caused too much GI distress, so we did not end up using it. 

Ah that sucks. For how long did he take it? Did he try lowering dosage?


   
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@lookingfortreatment He only tried a fraction of the dose a few times and then abandoned it as an option since it caused significant intestinal cramps. Most people do not have this problem and tolerate it just fine. 


   
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Hi,

I was diagnosed with prostate cancer 3 years ago, and had cryotherapy for treatment. So far my quarterly PSA’s are still low, for which I am thankful. But I’m looking for alternatives, helps, preventatives, etc. if you’d indulge me, please, I have a few questions for which I’d appreciate some help.

Where could one obtain Fenbendazole?

Can Fenbendazole be used as a prophylactic against cancer, and if so, at what recommend dose?

Plus Shanti, you mentioned Clioquinol/Zinc. Would you please elaborate on those?

Also there’s dozens of zinc supplements out there, which are the best? 

Any thoughts on lowering pH with baking soda? Can this help, or is it snake oil? 

I’m a blank page, and open to any and all advice.

Thanks,

Dana


   
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I tried Fenben for my 9-Gleason, 16-22 PSA PCa, 5 days on 2 days off, for two and a half weeks, but quit when it shot my liver enzymes way up.

 

I had no noticeable side effect OR benefit.

 

I'm going to try some today, now that I am in full ketosis, and see if that may be the answer to it's use being effective...?


   
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@lookingfortreatment 

I am looking into this treatment and looking for ideas and how you purchased it and where how it was taken and side effects and what supplements you are taking with it. 

I have stage 4 metastatic prostate diagnosed fall of 2019 right when I turned 50. 


   
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@steve-kampfe Hi Steve,

Most of the questions should be addressed in this Forum or on the Blog section at https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/fenbendazole/

Kind regards,
Daniel


   
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my dad has aggressive prostate cancer that has spread to the bladder and bone. Is Fenbendazole safe with the lupron and other hormone shots? Or will inhibit his hormone therapy? 


   
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I’m looking also a new member so I’m a little unsure if I have posted correctly. 


   
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@daniel my dad has aggressive prostate cancer that has spread to the bladder and bone. Is Fenbendazole safe with the lupron and other hormone shots? Or will inhibit his hormone therapy? 


   
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Dear @ehughes90 

I am not aware of any negative interaction between the hormonal therapy used in prostate cancer and Fenbendazole.

In general Fenbendazole, Mebendazole, Albendazole are expected to add value in prostate cancer. They are known to have microtubule inhibiting capability, and microtubule inhibitors (such as Taxol) are often used to treat Prostate Cancer.

Here is a study on these drugs in Prostate C https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fonc.2020.594141/

I hope this helps.

Kind regards,
Daniel


   
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@daniel it has spread to the bone we just found out. Do you know if this is still effective? Thank you for the response. 


   
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Dear @ehughes90 

First, please know that there are multiple effective treatments for prostate cancer that can keep your dad alive for a long time, even if it has spread to the bones. Next to that, in my view, is always good to do our best to enhance that chance. While nobody can say how effective is Fenbendazole or other repurposed drugs or supplements, it is still one that may add value to the life of cancer patients. 

Please go through this Blog 

- here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/prostate-cancer/

- and here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/community/prostate-cancer/

And you may find some more relevant ideas.

Kind regards,

Daniel


   
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