Can a drug be a miracle cure for cancer?

A drug called a miracle drug for cancer patients; is Mebendazole a hidden miracle to fight cancer or is it just another drug?

Mebendazole or in the US known as Vermox is a anthelmintic agent used to eliminate worms or parasites from the body. It is used for pinworms, roundworms and hookworms. The therapeutic uses listed are antitumor, antifungal, ant parasitic, antihistamine and used as well in cardiovascular disease, neurology, endocrinology and ophthalmology.

Parasites die when a patient uses mebendazole as it works by keeping the parasite from absorbing glucose, therefore as the parasite is not ‘fed’, it loses energy and eventually will die

It is in the Benzimidazole chemical classification; being a compound of benzene and imidazole. Looking at this compound, benzene is used in industrial industries; having a high octane level it is used in gasoline; in most non-industrial uses it has been limited by benzene’s carcinogenicity.

Vermox, the brand name used of mebendazole is a broad spectrum of anthemintic , prescribe in majority for parasites or fungal infections. The bills, usually chewable tabs, also include sodium lauryl sulfate, saccharin, talc and sodium starch glycolate.

Using mebendazole brings minimal side effects, including fever, nausea, sore throat, dizziness, skin rash, hair loss and headache. Allergic reactions might be swelling of the lips, tongue or face, shortness of breath, hives or a closing of the throat. All would warrant you to call a physician or seek medical help. Seizures have been noted but are rare.

So why are cancer patients seeking Mebendazole? And does Mebendazole work against cancer?

We know cancer cells need energy; the energy supplied to cancer is mostly through glucose. Healthy cells, are able to oxidize glucose yet cancer cells do not, allowing the glucose to ferment; the fermentation of glucose supplies cancer cells enough energy to survive. Processed sugars, refined sugar, processed foods containing refined sugars; all are quickly absorbed into the blood stream, going directly to cancer cells to ferment. Compound sugars need to go through the liver and are processed, differently, our cells use fructose after begin processed through the liver. The less processed foods and refined sugars one eats the less energy a cancer cell will have to utilize for energy. A high fat diet is more prudent for patients with cancer. Mebendazole prevents the absorption of glucose in parasites, it is assume or presumed that it will inhibit the absorption of glucose of cancer cells. Since healthy cells oxidize glucose in the mitochondria, mebendazole should not affect healthy cells.

Knowing the reason for the use of mebendazole; it is reasonable to understand why cancer patients are looking to use mebendazole. Inhibiting the absorption of sugar [glucose] will slow cancer, yet the elimination of all refined sugars will do the same. Although the side effects are not life threatening, there are no side effects altering your diet.

With the elimination of refined sugars and carbohydrates, and raising your fat intake, [good natural sources of fat],thus raising ketones levels as the fatty acids are processed; this protocol will be more effective than using the drug mebendazole. There are no side effects. The cancer cells will be denied glucose to ferment, the ketones will feed healthy cells but deprive energy to cancer cells because cancer cells cannot use ketones for energy.

Using a drug and considering a miracle cancer cure is not the answer. No drug can cure a disease without altering the body unnatuarally or causing secondary disease. Mebendazole being a Benzimidazole compound containing benzene molecules a known carcinogen does not show this drug to be save long term for a cancer patient or any patient. Inhibiting glucose absorption using a drug rather than changing your lifestyle is not the answer to resolve your cancer.


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One comment on “Can a drug be a miracle cure for cancer?

  1. Cindy

    According to my research & your view zone link:
    “Mebendazole is known to interfere and inhibit the assembly of the spindles, thus preventing the ability of the cells to divide. The cell eventually dies of old age or apoptosis.”

    This is very different from starving cells of processed sugar, don’t you think? Sounds like a great addition to an alternative protocol to me and there are studies that indicate positive results. Not sure I understand your apparent objection to its use, particularly considering it has such low toxicity.

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