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Posted - 02/21/2020 :  16:22:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Man is told his cancer is beyond control, to get his affairs in order.
Starts taking a drug meant for killing parasites in dogs and cats.
Going on 4 years later he has the doctors scratching their heads.

He does this internally but I wonder what might happen topically?

Here's the link to his blog...

I encourage all to educate themselves on this mans case...very enlightening on the state of our medical community and why good old but now not patentable drugs that can be re- purposed to help cure cancer are not invested in to get FDA approval...The reason not greed but just profit / loss business sense.
Big Pharma is Big Pharma isn't foolish. The FDA with the best of intentions has made it incredibly expensive to get a drug approved....many millions of dollars...Once a drugs patent has expired generics can made at a fraction of the original ( return on investment ) cost. So if by chance researchers find that the drug is good for something else but is not FDA approved for that purpose it now cost millions to get approval that once approved will be available to buy from any company that wants to make it...Thus why would anybody pay the millions to get it approved if you can't make your money back for the time and money you invested in getting FDA approved...

Solution? A few ideas... On drugs that are not patentable but could improve the quality of life..The FDA could absorb the cost of approval.

Or to encourage drug companies to pay for the research restrict the sale of that drug for that purpose for a period of time that allows the drug company to recoupe it's investment and make a set amount of profit before all companies can produce it for that purpose...

No easy answer and those two solutions above are probably unlikely to happen...but as it stands many things that do help and work are being ignored or not used because the medical community would be breaking the law to do so.


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Posted - 02/23/2020 :  20:33:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have put this article about Fenbendazole and it's anti cancer capabilities by DR David Williams in my drive for all to access

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Posted - 03/08/2020 :  15:10:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Fenben comes in a liquid, paste, and granules. I am taking the granules as a preventative, but would not hesitate to try the liquid on my skin if needed.
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Posted - 03/23/2020 :  03:01:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Is this really true? So many claims for a cancer cure, but I just hope that one of it works very well.
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Posted - 03/23/2020 :  21:47:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Originally posted by radiourban

Is this really true?

It's really true that some people have had amazing results using Joe's protocol including Joe...That said I have joined their Facebook group ( you have to read the blog first to be able to join) and it has been a sobering experience seeing all the new people joining telling their particular cancer story which runs the gamut...Cancer sucks! There are the people coming to post for their loved ones after they have passed and the Fenbenadole did not save them...and every so often someone posting NED! No Evidence of Disease! So yes it's true and as with all cancer protocols no guarantees... I've added it to my regime on 4 days off 3 and am also drinking about 1/2 cup of colloidal silver 15 ppm every day.... Now started high dose melatonin @ 60 mcg a day heavy 1/2 gram dose the day before and day of any future pet scans..I'm in holding pattern with my squamous hoping the scars don't become lesions.
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