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Update on Potential Prostate Cancer Treatement

A year ago (9-18-2019) I had a prostate MRI indicating two suspicious regions of potential cancer. One, indicated as PI-RADS 4 considered to potentially be stage 1 Prostate cancer and another, indicated as PI-RADS 3 discussed as possibly transitional. My PSA had jumped from a measurement of 4.2 (from memory) to 6.1 on 8-14-2019. That was indicative of possible Prostate cancer and warranted the MRI to identify the possible cancer sites. I declined to have any other treatments, electing  to test the purported use of Fenbendazol as abroad spectrum cancer slayer, so launched a study of myself as n=1.

I used Safe-guard Canine Dewormer 2 gm/dose for three days out of 7 for roughly 45 weeks out of the intervening year between MRIs. The canine product is considerably cheaper than the prescription counterpart at about $10/week, even cheaper on Amazon in a 3-pack. The sole ingredient is Fenbendazol Crystals. It has no taste – I just dump the packet’s contents into my mouth and swig it down with half a glass of water; it rinses right down with a bit of swishing, and has no impact at all on the stomach sensations – painless!

The first indication that this “medication” might be doing any good was that my next PSR reading 3 months later (around 2-15-2020  was 3.4; a really significant drop, and stayed within 0.1 of that for the next two readings. The last PSA before the recent MRI it measured 4.0, which gave me some pause, but it seems to have been unimportant. I wrote this up in a previous article: My Results with an Underground Cancer Treatment. This gives more info on how Fenbendazole works. Also consult this site; it’s a world of info on alternate strategies for numerous cancers.

This recent MRI (11-11-2020) showed only one area of of suspicion, designated as PI-RADS 3; the previous PI-RADS 3 was was now unremarkable and not reported on, The previous PI-RADS 4, a 15 mm region poorly circumscribed, was now a 12 mm x 9 mm, better circumscribed than in the earlier MRI and no longer suspected of being malignant. I take this to be very good news.

My plan is to use Fenbendazole every other week at the same dosing until my next MRI. Consider the possibility that this is preventing many forms of cancer that can arise in any 80+ human; wouldn’t that be a welcome outcome!  More to report next year!

To Your Greater Health and Fitness; that we might do good on Earth,

Frank

Frank Wilhelmi
Frank Wilhelmi

Frank Wilhelmi – Retired/consultant electronic engineer researches and reports practical strategies for optimizing health and fitness into advanced age. “I have a passion for living life to the fullest, and helping others to do the same.” A rapidly growing body of knowledge now enables us to extend our health and fitness decades beyond popular expectations.

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