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ovrgn
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Hello everybody,

I hope someone can help me.
I am trying to order Fenbendazole but I just can't get it. Does anyone know a website that delivers in THE NETHERLANDS (because that seems to be the problem). I need it for my brother who is very sick (cancer). I'm looking for the Panacu C(yellow box), 1gram packet, from MERCK. 
I hope so,
Thanks in advance.
Marion. 

 


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Daniel
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Hi Marion @ovrgn

I live in the Netherlands. I will check to see where is available and will let you know.

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Daniel


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Daniel
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These are not granules but capsules. However, they come from a trusted source and are manufactured under Merck https://www.medpets.nl/Panacur/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAy579BRCPARIsAB6QoIYO8L7rLbhRgkk61SJsPk34OHvgYi9l-SIRuugFysv3ZgoVAN-RCOoaAtzSEALw_wcB

What is the cancer type of your brother and the current treatments?

Kind regards,
Daniel


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Dalarhagen
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Hello 

I have a MPN blood cancer ET and I’m being treated with interferon injections weekly. I have Asthma , Chronic Lyme , Hashimoto, Migraines, Infections due to the interferon. I have the CALR mutation. I was wondering if this could help ? Thank you!

Be Well ,Diana  


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ovrgn
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@daniel Hi Daniel, I'm so glad you answered so quickly. My brother has metastatic (to bones) prostate cancer. At the moment he is receiving life-extending chemotherapy (course of 6). He also already uses morphine patches in combination with Oxicodone to reduce pain. Cure would no longer be possible according to the oncologist.

With help from google translate, Or can I also write with you in Dutch?
Thank you very much. 
Marion. 


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ovrgn
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@dalarhagen Dankjewel Diana, ik zal het bespreken met mijn broer. 
Sowieso sterkte en succes met je herstel!!

Marion. 


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ovrgn
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@daniel Ik ga dit meteen bestellen. Weet je ook hoe hij het middel moet gebruiken, hoeveelheid enzo? 
Alvast bedankt alweer. Zo blij met deze site. Mijn broer is al de vierde in de familie die ik dreig te verliezen aan kanker ;-/

Fijne avond/dag nog, Marion


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ovrgn
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@dalarhagen Ik heb het middel dat je noemt nader bekeken. Ik vrees dat het geen optie is. Mijn broer kan dit zichzelf niet toedienen (bijna blind) en zijn vrouw (en kinderen) staat er niet achter ;-/
De Fenbendazole hoeft niet vaak genomen te worden zodat hij het ongemerkt kan nemen. Nogmaals veel dank voor je bericht.

Marion.  


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Daniel
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Posted by: @ovrgn

@daniel Ik ga dit meteen bestellen. Weet je ook hoe hij het middel moet gebruiken, hoeveelheid enzo? 
Alvast bedankt alweer. Zo blij met deze site. Mijn broer is al de vierde in de familie die ik dreig te verliezen aan kanker ;-/

Fijne avond/dag nog, Marion

Hi Marion,

Typically, people use 222 mg Fenbendazole/day. 4 days ON and 3 days OFF as discussed here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/fenbendazole/

I am glad you find this website helpful. There is a lot discussed on options for prostate cancer, for example here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/prostate-cancer/

Kind regards,
Daniel


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ovrgn
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@daniel Het middel uit NL, waar je me de link van stuurde, zijn geen capsules maar pillen zag ik. Hoe zou de toepassing daarvan moeten zijn?
En welke "Panacur hond en kat" (zie bijlage/foto) moet ik kiezen, de KH250 of de KH500? 

Alvast bedankt weer,

Marion (en Piet).


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Daniel
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@ovrgn

Dear Marjon,

This is not an advice (please see the disclaimer), it's just what I would do:

1. I would take the 250mg tablets assuming that includes 250mg Fenbendazole (I would check the list of ingredients to identify the amount of Fenbendazole in a tablet)

2. If everything is well and there is no adverse reaction, after one week I would increase the dose to 500mg/day (4 days ON and 3 days OFF).

Kind regards,

Daniel


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ovrgn
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@daniel, fijn. Dan gaan we het zo doen ;-)) Super bedankt Daniel. 


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cdgolding
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Are you aware of anyone using Fenbendazole for MDS or Leukemia?

What dosing suggestion would you make if someone wanted to try the regimen for HR-MDS.

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Ahmet Topaçoğlu
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Hi everyone, my sister is struggling with metastatic intrahepatic choloangiocarcinoma "bile duct cancer". she has been on chemo for 2 months now and the disease seems stable for now but the liver is "dangerously" invaded by multiple metastases the largest of which is 5.6cm. 

I urgently need to learn that if the "FENBENDAZOLE Protocol" could be helpful or detrimental, what are the chances? since the cancer is in the liver, which must funstion properly along with any treatment, I can not be sure about starting on FENBEN protocol. as far ass I researched, some cases get benefit for their liver tumors without significant side efffects, but I need to be sure since we have no rooms for mistake. Thanks in advance.


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Daniel
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Dear @ahmettopacoglu45

Nobody can be sure on anything when it comes to treating cancer. What we can do always is to be well-informed, listen to what we feel is the best choice and go for that.

Mebendazole can also be an option. Please search this website and you will find more ideas relevant to cholangiocarcinoma.

There are two places you can search in:

1. The Forum - click here: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/community/?wpfs=cholangiocarcinoma&wpfin=entire-posts&wpfd=0&wpfob=relevancy&wpfo=desc

2. The Blog - click here: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/?s=cholangiocarcinoma

I hope this helps and if there are specific questions please let me know.

Kind regards,

Daniel


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Lane
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I possibly have prostate cancer as I have had a 6.8 PSA for several years and a recent MRI showed an area of concern.  I have refused biopsy thus far.  I plan to start the Joe Tippens Fenbendazole protocol.  While I am waiting for that to arrive, I have taken 360 mg Albendazole for 3 consecutive days.  Joe's current protocol no longer advocates laying off the Fenbendazole for 4 days week due to liver concerns.  I have several questions:  1) Can I take albendazole daily (without a break) until I run out of it?  2) Are there are some things I should not ingest while taking Fenbendazole or Albendazole, such as aspirin, an occasional drink (1.5 oz of 33% alcohol), Super Beta Prostate (mostly beta sitosterol). 


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Cb2739
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Hello,  I'm looking for some help, my father (75) has small cell lung cancer, prior to starting chemo & radiation, the doctors did a scan of his brain and other organs, they found 7 spots on his brain, a spot on his liver and his adrenal gland has been infected with cancer.  His decided he was not going to go through Chemo or Radiation, he is open to other types of treatment, I wanted to get him started on the Fenbendazole, he was concerned about it being toxic to his liver, can anyone suggest a treatment program that could be effective for him ?  your comments are greatly appreciated, cb2739


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Daniel
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Dear @cb2739,

Thank you for your question. In order to get relevant ideas related to lung cancer please go through this content: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/community/

Itracconazole is often relevant too for lung cancer but it may come with more liver toxicity compared to Fenbendazole https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/itraconazole/

Reading this summary would help so that you get a framework for the content presented on this website https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/summary-of-this-website/

After that it makes sense to read some of my posts on strategies such as the one presented here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/shutting-down-the-power-house-of-cancer-a-strategy-to-fight-cancer/ which is relevant for all cancer types.

The point is that if your dad refuses conventional treatments, in order to increase the chance for a positive outcome, it will be best to create a strong cocktail of supplements and repurposed drugs.

For repurposed drugs to consider adding to such a cocktail, a good and easy starting point is the COC protocol consisting out of 4 repurposed drugs: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/drug-cocktail-that-could-double-the-average-survival-time/

I hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Daniel


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Daniel
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Dear @lane,

I am sorry for my late response.

Albendazole is a good drug in terms of its anti-cancer potential, but I expect liver toxicity compared to Fenbendazole.

However, when it comes to prostate C, I think its more important to focus on lowering cholesterol production within the cells as that is a fuel for hormone production. I discussed such a strategy here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/reduce-cholesterol-in-cancer-cells-to-fight-cancer/

For prostate cancer, there are many relevant supplements and drugs listed here: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/prostate-cancer/

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

Here is a post from a man who managed his prostate c with diet for a long time https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/update-from-don-on-the-healing-from-prostate-cancer/ He is now on adrogen deprivation, but he succeeded to manage without that for long time which indicates the relevance of diet in prostate cancer.

If you have specific questions please let me know.

Kind regards,
Daniel

 

 


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harold@time2switch.co.uk
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Is it safe to take 1000mg per day of fenbenzadole.


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Daniel
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Hi @haroldtime2switch-co-uk

Are u referring to 1000mg granules containing 222mg Fenbendazole?

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Daniel


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harold@time2switch.co.uk
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Its  1000 mg in tablet firm. Two 500mg tablets.

Thanks Harold.

 


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Daniel
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@haroldtime2switch-co-uk

HI Harold,

Please check the list of ingredients and see how much Fenbendazole it contains. It's possible that each tablet contains less Fenbendazole.

In general, people are using 222mg/day. While this is a drug for animals and there is not enough statistics regarding its toxicity in humans, based on the science and the anecdotal reports so far Fenbendazole seems to be in the same toxicity category as Mebendazole which is an over the counter drug (i.e. it has a good safety profile). Mebendazole has been use for years at a level above 1000mg/day in children.

However, drugs such as Mebendazole and Fenbendazole have low toxicity because they are typically metabolized by the liver and as a result they do not reach very high level in the blood. People who have liver issues, such as liver metastasis, may end up getting more of the drug in their blood and as a result both a higher level of toxicity (and at the same time a higher level of potential anti-cancer effects).

When these drugs become toxic, they can impact the bone marrow (as all microtubule inhibitor chemo) and in turn lead to an impact on the blood profile.

You can read more about these drugs here: https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/the-over-the-counter-drug-mebendazole-acts-like-chemotherapy-but-with-virtually-no-side-effects/

and here https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/fenbendazole/

I hope this helps to address your questions.

Kind regards,
Daniel


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