Trowbee Posted March 11 Share Posted March 11 I’m a 60yo male and have been diagnosed with lung cancer in august of 2021. My family doctor ordered a ct scan of my chest in June of 2021 due to weight loss. The ct scan showed a 9mm nodule in my upper right lung. I was then referred to an oncologist who ordered a PET scan that showed a 1cm in September. I was sent for a biopsy but one could not be done safely due to its proximity to the aorta. I was then sent to a surgeon who would ultimately perform a wedge resection of the lung in Nov of 21. Post surgery showed malignant carcinoma but lymph nodes showed no cancer in the area. I was considered cancer free at the time going for ct scans every 6mos. My first one in June of 2022 showed no cancer. My second scan Nov. 22 showed significant spreading of the cancer. Small nodules in both lungs swelling of lymph nodes in my chest. I was ordered to take another PET scan in Dec of 22 and that showed cancer in the lungs and lymph nodes along with met of a rib bone where the wedge resection was performed. My oncologist ordered blood work to try to determine if a gene was driving my aggressive cancer. After a couple of months it was found that a rare gnome is driving my cancer. I was given a few months to live while three chemo drugs were given on my first round of chemotherapy in Feb of 2023. Meanwhile I developed several DVTs in my right leg and ultimately a pulmonary embolism in my left lung. The hospital categorized my stay in the hospital in late Feb as hospice, The doctor on duty at the hospital informed me that my cancer has spread to my liver, spine and new nodules in each lung while the known tumors have grown. Released the next day with xarelto I’m still having issues with swelling in my right leg along with moderate pain if I walk any great distances. I know I don’t have long and likely won’t make my third chemo treatment unless some miracle or a medication is introduced, I was told about a dog dewormer called Fenbendazole by a friend in the medical field who said it really woks and advised to research it and that I did. A man named Joe Tippens found that in 2017 he was given three mos to live he started taking 222mgs of fenbendazole along with turmeric once a day that not only showed that it shrunk his tumors but eliminated them altogether. Joe is alive and well today. He has to take the fenbendazole because fenbendazole is not a cure and quitting it will likely result in the cancer returning. Many more medical studies have been done on fenbendazole and all show that it really does break down the cancer cell walls and eliminates the cancer in tumors, lymph nodes and bone metastasis. I ordered a bottle and will try it because at this point what do I have to lose anyway? The fenbendazole is safe for human consumption and unlike chemo has no side effects. I spoke with my oncologist today about using fenbendazole. She said sh never heard of it but if it truly does what I’m saying then she has no problem as long as I continue my chemo treatments . It’s now march 11th and I do round 2 chemo Tuesday the 14th. I will be starting the fenbendazole today or Sunday. Fenbendazole starts working within 24hrs of the first dose. More to come/to be continued Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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