Surviving Colon Cancer with Ivermectin
As a practicing physician with decades of experience in teaching, it makes sense for me to speak out now about the colossal effectiveness of safe, cheap and readily accessible repurposed drugs now showing life-saving qualities for cancer patients.
My friend Evan was given 12 months to live, given the average survival of someone with GBM.
However, patients who have added repurposed drug cocktails have far exceeded this, with multiple documented survivals of more than five, ten, and even twenty years. For example, Dr. Ben Willams has survived his GBM for 28 years by successfully adding repurposed drug cocktails. Thus, I wrote a book on repurposed drugs, Evan used the information, and he is still alive and thriving nearly four years later.
Now we turn to colon cancer. The standard of care involves highly toxic chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. Yet the 5-year survival is only about 15%. Consider that the chemotherapy usually is FOLFOX, a cocktail involving three drugs, 5-fluorouracil (5-FU)- affectionately known as five feet under, leucovorin (LV), and oxaliplatin.
This treatment is the same as it has been for 20 years; it is outdated and barbaric, and certainly, our modern science offers much less toxic and more effective options. Common sense should tell you that all science has rocketed forward light years these past two decades, and our best and brightest medical minds can do much better than a 15% survival rate in 2023.
However, using these solutions to save hundreds of thousands of patients from cancer each year, I would argue, is possible, but not nearly as profitable for Big Pharma and their brethren. Thus, these options remain suppressed. Almost one million people die from colon cancer worldwide annually, according to ChatGPT. The annual overall cost of cancer care in the United States alone is $183 billion. ChatGPT notes that a substantial portion of this overall cost is related to colon cancer treatment.
Moreover, the toxicity of such chemotherapy adds to the profitability in a perverse way - because by creating bone marrow suppression, there is the need for further expensive hospitalization from resulting infections, related treatments including IV antibiotics, platelet and blood transfusions, and as I will later highlight, even resuscitation from myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest.
As you might suspect, adding safe and non-toxic repurposed drugs can EXPONENTIALLY improve one’s chances of survival, but this secret is seldom told to anyone. Those few lucky patients who find out sometimes try to spread the word, but Big Pharma, the mainstream media, and the medical establishment swiftly drown it out. If you doubt this, try looking up long-term survivors of pancreatic cancer and glioblastoma. Chances are you will see neither Dr. Ben Williams nor Dr. Steven Bigelsen’s names. Both used repurposed drugs to beat their cancers, one pancreatic and the other GBM.
And let me caution you that AI, particularly ChatGPT, is closely aligned with Big Pharma’s position on repurposed drugs and cancer; it will not mention the Care Oncology Clinic’s success in helping many patients achieve longer survival times.
My friend Evan credits much of his success to their protocol. But unfortunately, fewer than 2% of glioblastoma patients survive more than three years, and one must logically ask why he has survived. And the answer is that he chose to do something different than the standard of care, which on average produces a survival of only 12.7 months. Evan decided to add a repurposed drug combination which has been the common denominator of survival in almost all the success stories I have covered.
Now my friend Abe is facing advanced colon cancer including surgery to remove the tumor. FOLFOX, the three-drug combination with side effects including neuropathy, hair loss, low platelets, anemia, and liver failure, will probably follow this. Additionally, will be radiation treatment, a medical bill averaging up to ten thousand dollars per month, and an 85% chance of death within five years.
I don’t know about you, but if I were dealing with advanced colon cancer, I would not be satisfied with the standard toxic treatment plan and its abysmal outcome rates. So instead, I would try to improve my chances. And I would start by looking at what other long-term cancer survivors did that worked. And I would follow that up with PubMed studies published by non-captured scientists in non-captured medical journals.
The results of using Ivermectin in cancer are extraordinary. Considering that Ivermectin has none of the toxic side effects of FOLFOX, let us examine Rick’s experience.
Rick and his wife, Eve, were interviewed by an intrepid young man whose YouTube channel is known as The Cancer Box. Rick, a Port Angeles, Washington resident, worked the sawmill most of his life and retired at 62 in 2019 to live the good life with Eve.
Unfortunately, he noticed a change in bowel habits, and after being told to eat more fiber and drink more water, Rick insisted on a Colonoscopy. Unfortunately, this study revealed a large, advanced colon cancer. Rick, not a usual visitor to doctors, reluctantly saw the Oncologist. He and his wife explain that the good doctor did not even look up from his computer screen while delivering the prognosis. “Your cancer is not survivable,” he proclaimed.
With this news, Rick sat stunned while his wife began sobbing. The couple exited the good doctor’s office more determined than ever to fight the cancer. They drew strength from their faith in God. Following a new referral to another Oncologist, they were once again informed of the grim prognosis. The cancer specialist estimated he had maybe six months to live and did not advise either surgery or radiation due to the advanced stage [10:05].
The cancer had spread throughout his lymph nodes, and he had 20 metastases in his liver.
However, Rick and Eve decided upon a course of radiation. Still, they noted the tumor marker CEA, the carcinoembryonic antigen, an indicator of tumor activity, was elevated in the 480 range as of November 2020. He was given ten courses of radiation, yet the CEA tumor marker level continued to rise. He changed Oncologists and started chemotherapy on December 31, 2020. His CEA had risen to 1498. Eve notes that this number was off the charts, as they “did not go that high” [11:09].
Rick and Eve then discovered Ivermectin and noticed that is was not only safe, but studies have shown it to enhance the effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiation. So, on his birthday, February 2, 2021, Rick took his first dose of Ivermectin. By February
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