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  1. Barb Tocci

    Why the vit E?

    1. fenbendazole

      Dear Barb, thank you for a great question!
      Vitamin E plays a crucial role in supporting immune function. Adequate vitamin E levels are necessary for the proper functioning of immune cells, including T cells and B cells, which play essential roles in the body’s defense against infections and cancer. By supporting immune function, vitamin E may help enhance the body’s natural ability to fight cancerous cells.

      Also anti-inflammatory effects: Vitamin E has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce inflammation in the body. Chronic inflammation has been linked to the development and progression of cancer, so reducing inflammation may help create a less favorable environment for cancer growth and metastasis.

      Vitamin E may enhance the anticancer effects of fenbendazole when used together.

  2. John

    Can Fenbendazole cause your liver, angles and feet to swell? could this be a side effect?
    If so what should be done? Dose taken is 1 in the morning and 1 in the evening with a
    fatty meal with no breaks. Been diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer.

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      Hello. Liver cancer itself can lead to symptoms such as liver enlargement (hepatomegaly) and fluid accumulation in the abdomen (ascites), which may contribute to swelling in the ankles and feet. It is important to make pauses in your fenbendazole protocol, so that liver has time to restore. Meantime you should still be taking milk thistle for your liver. We would suggest to take a break for at least 4-7 days.

  3. Becky

    I want to purchase fenben for my 35 plus lb beagle who has mammary tumors. I have no clue what to buy, how much to give.. thanks for your help

  4. Amy

    Can fenbendazole help with Posterior Cortical Atrophy (PCA) or any type of Alzheimer’s or dementia?

    1. fenbendazole

      Hello Amy, thank you the question. While some research suggests that fenbendazole may have potential neuroprotective properties in preclinical models, its efficacy and safety for treating neurodegenerative diseases in humans have not been established.

  5. Judith A. Walker

    Has anyone bought the Sodium Dichloroacetate talked about here on the web? I’ve been thinking of adding it to my FenBen treatment. Thanks!

  6. Sherry

    My husband has read that Fenben can cause bacterial infections. Is there research somewhere where I can read about this?

    1. fenbendazole

      Hello Sherry, thank you for a question. However, It’s essential to follow the recommended dosage and administration guidelines when using fenbendazole. We have not found information about fenbendazole causing bacterial infection and never had people commenting of getting infection related to fenbendazole use. Theoretically there could be some rare cases, where it may potentially disrupt the balance of bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, leading to an overgrowth of bacteria or opportunistic infections. But such cases could happen only if a person does not use the instructions and uses fenbendazole inadequately.

  7. Suzanne

    Hello i am taking Fenbendazole for the cancer protocol and am experiencing a grey colored stool for the past 2 days. Is this sometime i should be worried about? Thank you

    1. fenbendazole

      Dear Suzanne, thank you for your question! Fenbendazole does not change color of your feces. You should go to a medic care professionals to evaluate your health, because grey feces may indicate some other condition, but it is not related to fenbendazole.

  8. Becky

    I’ve been fighting ovarian cancer for 5 years. There is no sign of cancer in my abdomen but has now moved to spots on my liver, diaphragm and a lymph node. I started on a regimen of ivermectin along with my chemotherapy. My latest scan shows most spots have gotten smaller. I would also like to supplement with fenbendazole. Do you think I should stop the ivermectin and only do fenbendazole? Maybe alternate? or is it safe to take both together?

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      Dear Becky, thank you for the question! We think that fenbendazole is enough. Ivermectin is not as predictable on your organism and the dosage is unclear. You should be just fine with fenbendazole alone, given it has less side effects and it is more easy to avoid them. Stay strong and God bless!

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