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Fenbendazole (FZ) is a broad spectrum antiparasitic drug that has been used successfully in humans to treat certain parasitic worm infections. It is also well tolerated with only a few side effects, such as diarrhea and vomiting. The anthelmintic activity of fenbendazole is due to its disruption of mitotic spindle dynamics, inducing cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in human cancer cells. In addition, fenbendazole inhibits glucose uptake in cancer cells by downregulating key glycolytic enzymes and GLUT transporters.
In lab experiments, fenbendazole has been shown to reactivate the p53 gene inside the genome and suppress tumor development. The p53 gene is known as the Genome Guardian because it helps to protect the body from mutations that cause disease, such as cancer.
My sister-in-law was diagnosed with esophageal cancer and given only a month or two to live. She went on a keto diet and started taking fenbendazole. She is still alive and her cancer is gone. I believe the combination of a ketogenic diet and fenbendazole has given her an extended life. The only downside is that she has to eat a very limited number of foods because it is hard on her stomach and she cannot digest carbs very well. Nonetheless, she is grateful that she has another year or two to enjoy her family and life. fenben for humans