Fenbendazole: Questions Answered, Things to Know, Useful Tips – October 2023

Some good tips on using Fenbendazole as a cancer remedy.

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Due to the long and successful use of fenbendazole as a veterinary antiparasitic medicine since the late 1950s, a wealth of safety data has been acquired that has stood the test of time. According to Drugs.com, there are no commonly used drugs that interact with fenbendazole. Fenbendazole is so safe for veterinary consumption that it is sold by the 50-lb bag! The image below is from the 2011 film Bernie. The image is striking because seeing the many bags of Safe-Guard is reassuring regarding what must be, and is the extreme safety profile of fenbendazole. In other words, since fenbendazole is dumped into the feed of the animals, at an approximate dose of 1 lb per 1000 lbs of animal, with very little fretting over the actual dosage received, the standard dose of 222 mg fenbendazole (the amount used to deworm a 10-lb dog) used for cancer treatment is certainly at the lower end of any practical scale of toxicity! Also recall that the nation of India routinely deworms its population twice a year using a fenbendazole analog (albendazole).

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