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Thanks Dr Huber. Wondering if you know the dosage/duration of the fenbendazole treatment that resulted in the liver enzymes your show in your table? First I've seen numbers for that though to be honest I haven't looked very hard.

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https://fenbendazole.substack.com addressed the elevated liver enzymes recently. Here is that presentation: Does Fenbendazole Cause Liver Damage?

Some have expressed concern that fenbendazole has been linked to liver injury. There is a report documenting the effect of fenbendazole on liver function as measured by the enzymes aspartate transaminase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT). A search using Google of “fenbendazole and cancer” returns this case report as the first result: Teppei Yamaguchi, Junichi Shimizu, Yuko Oya, Yoshitsugu Horio, Toyoaki Hida. Drug-Induced Liver Injury in a Patient with Nonsmall Cell Lung Cancer after the Self-Administration of Fenbendazole Based on Social Media Information. Case Rep Oncol 1 September 2021; 14 (2): 886–891. https://doi.org/10.1159/000516276

Elevated liver enzymes may actually be a good sign for a cancer patient taking fenbendazole. Those liver enzyme (AST, ALT) values may spike for one or two months as the liver is stressed by the influx of dead cancer cells as it filters and processes the cellular debris from those dead cancer cells. AST and ALT increasing is a sign of hepatic stress (work), not necessarily disease, in the context of fenbendazole use. These liver enzymes usually normalize after the cancer is eradicated by fenbendazole.

FYI, liver enzymes will also fluctuate with other noncancerous sicknesses/recoveries as dead cellular debris enters the bloodstream and is processed by the liver for removal. This is part of a normal physiological process. Temporary liver enzyme fluctuation should be expected to occur as a matter of course when using fenbendazole as fenbendazole kills the cancer cells.

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You are overstating liver damage caused by fenbendazole that is actually more common as a problem in animals and is a rare side effect in humans. I do agree that that no magic bullet exists for any disease and a holisitc approach is called for. As a care giver thanks to Fenbendazole I was able to bring back a stage 3 Multiple Myeloma patient who correctly rejected a toxic chemo therapy/useless stem cell approach (harvesting his own stem cells) who was given a grim prognosis of 2 months to live to100 percent full remission in seven months.

However, it called for much more than just Fenbendazole. I had to make sure that his glucose intake was eliminated ie - he enjoyed a few bottles of wine ever day that i convinecd him needed to be eliminated and substituted this with canaboid oil that also has some anticancer properties and had a way of relieving his anxiety.

Substituting sugar with allulose was crucial. supplementing vitamins etc and the list goes on.

i am a fan of the Warburg effect and little doubt in my mind that cancer is a metabolic disorder.

Hence depriving hypoxic cancer cells of glucose and glutamite that resort to mitochondria relying on fermentation to produce energy via lactate instead of oxidative phosphorylation generating AtP is crucial.

Are you going to tell us next that these Dr's at Stanford that studied these three patients who were at death's door and saved by Fenbendazole are promoting "street drugs"?


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Can we stop posting references of studies with conflicts of interest from big pharma? And more details on elevated liver enzymes would help, like were they taking more fenben than they should be taking?

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My great-grandmother told me that laughter is the best medicine and she lived to 92 after being bitten by a rattlesnake as a young girl. She was engaged to the founder of the Dr. Pepper Co. but broke her engagement and ran off with a railroad man. There went my chance to be a big soda pop typhoon.

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What was the dose and duration of fenbendazole for those incredibly high liver enzyme numbers to develop?

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Does anyone on this substack know anything about natural treatment for recurrent UTI?I have had info from a friend regarding a product call UQORA. I have researched it. The gist of their product is to prevent bacteria clinging to the wall of the bladder. Would appreciate anyone’s referral for info. Thank you in advance.

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Can you show the blood labs before and after some standard chemo agents to compare with fenben?

Also, why is fenben disqualified because it's a "monomolecular approach"? Is it uniquely unable to be combined with other drugs?

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I hope Joe Rogan has you on his podcast soon. I’m sure you would have a good discussion and many people would benefit. (But if you do, I hope you know of docs who practice similarly to you around the US / globe, so you aren’t slammed with requests.)

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Dr. Gerson found his cancer patients were dying, not of the cancer rather due to hepatotoxicity. He added coffee enemas to the protocol, and his patients stopped dying.

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Thanks so much for writing this. I keep seeing comments and advertisements for fenbendazole and wondered where the studies were for how safe and effective it is. Also thanks for the link to the natural treatment website.

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Thank you! What do your think of this:

12 Metabolic Interventions to Control Cancer

42% of newly diagnosed cancers in the US are potentially avoidable. These simple adjuncts such as lifestyle changes, supplements and drugs can help you manage and "starve" cancer:

1. Low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet plus time-restricted eating (intermittent fasting).

2. Exercise, stress reduction, and obtaining quality sleep.

3. Vitamin D3: 20,000-50,000 IU daily1

4. Melatonin: start 1 mg and increase to 20-30 mg nightly (extended/slow release)

5. Green Tea catechin, epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG): 500-1000 mg/day

6. Metformin: 1,000 mg twice daily

7. Curcumin (nanocurcumin): 600 mg twice daily

8. Mebendazole: 100-200 mg daily

9. Omega-3 fatty acids: 4 g daily

10. Berberine: 500-600 mg twice daily

11. Atorvastatin: 40 mg twice daily (or Simvastatin 20 mg twice daily)

12. Disulfiram: 80 mg three times daily or 500 mg once daily

Cancer and Spike Protein: What’s the Link

As planned from scratch, there's CANCER written all over the COVID attack:

a) Spike protein (from COVID and from haccines):

1. Included a sequence of a cancer Moderna patent

2. Interfered with the repair mechanisms of DNA 2

3. Interfered with tumor suppressor protein BCRA and p53, the blocking of p53, causing lymphoma, breast, ovarian, and pancreatic cancers. 3

4. Lipid nanoparticles are carcinogenic

5. HIV sequence in the spike protein deactivates the immune system against the abnormal proliferating cells.

c) Pfizer included a partial sequence of carcinogenic monkey virus SV40

Why did they deliberately cause cancer?:


Best cures for cancer in days

“Heart disease, cancer, medical errors and abuse, accidents, stroke, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes are the main causes of death. These are all preventable. The cure is ‘studying’.”

The cures for cancer (or any other disease, even if rare), could be found in days, if already in use: all we need is the physicians, hospitals, ministries of health, patients or their survivors, to upload the clinical records of what they already used to treat their patients to a standardized database which applies real-time multi-linear regression:

• disease stage when treatment begun

• not the prescribed but real life dose/kg and uptake frequency of medicines/food/nutrients/nutraceuticals

• changes in relevant lifestyle data (exercise, sleeping, etc.)

• disease evolution

• survival phases

Also, the platform will help discard current treatments which actually harm or kill patients (e.g. remdesivir, injections).

There could be prizes for the most effective treatments, reproduced by other doctors.

There should be a procedure to eliminate or reduce fake data, for example, to check the uploaded photos of documents proving the data.

There should be a medical social network for collaboration and dissemination.

We could have done it with COVID treatments! We should prepare the platform for the next PLANNEDemics.

How about crowdfunding?

Big mammoth in the room: why hasn’t any government done this? !!!


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Here's what the 2nd Smartest Guy said about your post on Fenben.


2nd Smartest Guy in the World

12 mins ago


Why would i reply to a clueless "doctor" whose research is incorrect?

I have no obligations to her or you for that matter.

I always support my claims with legitimate research, whereas various "doctors" and "experts" do not.

Yes, I really am smarter, and you can choose not to agree.

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If you had a patient come in with toxicity from acetaminophen, what's the first question? "What dosage was the patient taking?" of course.

This article seems to highlight on instances where patients were possibly taking dosages outside the typical "Tippens Protocol" recommendation of 222mg Fenben 3 days on, 4 days off.

Regarding the patient bloodwork prominently posted in this article...Dr Huber, you note in another comment: "My understanding is that the patient was taking 1 or 2 caps per day, uncertain of dose, for some weeks and for most days, until we implored stopping it. This was from an online vendor. Then the liver labs started moving toward normal." So...the patient dosage was unknown.

When I look online at such as Amazon, I see they sell both 222mg and 444mg Fenben capsules...I really don't know why they sell the 444mg, when it's double the typical protocol.

In other words, the patient was taking perhaps 222mg most days...or possibly 444mg depending on the caps...or possibly (when taking 2 caps) 444mg or 888mg ... in other words, it's unknown the dosage the patient was taking, and taking that unknown on contiguous days. In other words, the patient could've been taking 1-4X or more possibly the recommended dosage/day. And if taking a higher dosage every single day without the typical 3 days on, 4 days off, it seems unsurprising that toxicity could occur.

Or take #3 referenced link from NIH, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8255718/ - when a person digs in, it says: "She stated her fenbendazole schedule consisted of 1 g/day PO for 3 days, followed by 4 days off, and this schedule had been maintained for approximately 1 month from early July until her August visit. We stopped fenbendazole administration immediately, and her liver function parameters gradually improved."

In other words, this patient was taking the standard 3 days on, 4 days off protocol...but at 1g/day, she was taking 4.5X the recommended 222mg dosage. Correct me if I'm off base, but taking 4.5X recommended dosage of most anything can have adverse effects, correct? Please try taking 4.5X of acetaminophen ... no, just kidding, please don't!!!! But therefore, should we demonize acetaminophen because it's possible to take damaging dosages.

I'd have found this article much higher on the validity scale if I didn't have to dig in and locate these hidden facts, that should've been prominently noted as "when taking ANYTHING don't mess around with higher dosages/frequency than recommended." Disclaimer: I've been taking the standard Fenben protocol most weeks for the last two years or so, some weeks off here and there. I had a right radical nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma over 5.5yrs ago, and I added Fenben as part of my protocol to help prevent recurrence. I also daily take NAC, SAM-e, C, garlic, etc ... items that happen to be liver supportive among with other other benefits.

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I have several friends who had elevated liver #'s after taking Lysine, which decreased when they stopped. Yet many of the articles you posted listed lysine as a potent anti cancer. Thoughts?

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Thank you Colleen.

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