Plasmacytoid Urothelial Cancer, Male Age 60

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Plasmacytoid Urothelial Cancer is an uncommon strain of bladder cancer that appears in only about 1-3% of all bladder cancers and usually in men between 45-89 years old. About 80-90% of these patients are male.

This case report is about a 60-year-old man who was diagnosed with this rare and serious form of bladder cancer. Unfortunately, this type of cancer is usually fatal within 2 years after diagnosis. He achieved it using only Fenbendazole, without any traditional chemotherapy or radiation treatments.

Facing a Rare and Aggressive Cancer: One Patient’s Journey with Plasmacytoid Urothelial Cancer

April 2022

I was told by my doctor that I had Plasmacytoid Urothelial Cancer after two tumors were removed from my bladder and biopsied. I was informed that this type of cancer is very rare, is highly aggressive, and doesn’t respond to chemotherapy or radiation.

The options I was given were terrible: basically, bladder removal and then hope for a miracle.

I asked the doctors how long I had to live, and they said they couldn’t tell me for sure – maybe a year, maybe 6 months—they didn’t know how it was going to react—that it was between me and God.

I walked out with my death sentence in my hand, written on the papers they gave me, the report, and a letter from the doctor. It was a difficult time.

I have been in recovery from alcoholism for 10 years as of April 2, 2022; this cancer diagnosis was on April 22, 2022. I refused to accept it; I thought there must be something else I could do and prayed to God for direction.

I decided to contact MD Anderson Cancer Center and asked about donating my body to them in the name of science, but they wanted money up front! I couldn’t believe it! Well, that really pissed me off; I don’t know why, but that pushed me to figure out how to cure myself.

I started looking on the internet and found some information on Fenbendazole. From what I read, it seemed to have worked for lots of others, so I decided to give it a shot. I pretty much had nothing to lose.

July 2022

I started taking 444 mg of Fenben in the morning. It was July 19th and I was still taking it. I went on July 15th and had CT scan done to see what the cancer was doing and how it had spread.

The doctor came in and said that it didn’t spread, and he didn’t see any tumors or cancer in my Bladder! Also, he couldn’t see any cancer anywhere in my body.

  • I still take Fenbenzadole every day.
  • I have changed my diet, and I eat only fish and chicken.
  • I eat all kinds of berries and fruits.
  • I also take vitamins.
Person in article till take Fenbenzadole every day.  He have changed diet, and I eats only fish and chicken. 
All kinds of berries and fruits. He also takes vitamins.

I believe that my healing through this medicine is a miracle. I hope that others facing cancer don’t give up and take the necessary steps towards their recovery. If this approach worked for me, perhaps it could work for them as well.

Questions and Answers

Q: How much Fenbendazole do you take now?
A: The same amount of 444 mg.

Q: Any side effects?
A: No.

Q: Other than the biopsy surgery, did you try any other treatments?
A: No, I didn’t, just Fenben.

Q: Did you tell you let your doctor know you were using Fenbendazole?
A: I had to. There was no other reason why my cancer went away. He sure didn’t do anything to cure it.

Q: Anything else you’d like to report?
A: Not really. If you have cancer, trying Fenben is a smart thing to do because there is no risk and the reward can be great, like it was in my case. Additionally, if you come across any treatments that might be beneficial for your condition, consider combining them with fenben.

In this image you can see a man holding a bottle of fenbendazole capsules 222mg.

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