High-dose Ivermectin Shrinks Cancer Metastases - Dr Justus Hope

Recently I reported on a case of Stage IV Colon Cancer that appeared hopeless. The gentleman, Rick, had widespread metastatic disease affecting the liver and lymph nodes and was told his cancer was “unsurvivable.” At most, he had six months left, according to his oncologist.

Following adding Ivermectin, his tumor markers dropped from 1489 to 4.7, and his metastases calcified and shrunk. This was believed due to the anti-metastatic effect of Ivermectin as it suppresses the WnT Pathway, which cancer stem cells rely upon.

 

Dr. Tess Lawrie recently reported on a case of ovarian metastatic cancer with subsequent involvement of the peritoneum – a common spread area. Despite an initial tumor marker (Ca125) level of 288, following Ivermectin and three (9 weeks) chemotherapy sessions, her Ca125 level dropped to 22. There was a substantial regression with no trace of tumor on the peritoneum.

Related: The Surprising Potential of Ivermectin Against Cancer: Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

The surgeon was stupefied. His comment, “It’s remarkable. I didn’t expect that.” Ca125 dropped to 22. Operation decision within 15 days.

Following removing the uterus and ovaries, the surgeon added, “This is extraordinary. No tumor. Some dead cells on the peritoneum that I removed. The biopsy confirmed that everything has gone – Ca125 at 3.”

Dr. Landrito discussed how this happened. A doctor called him on the radio and asked what the correct dose for Ivermectin would be if someone had cancer. He provided the dose, and she took it for her fist-sized gallbladder cancer.

“[53:43] We have achieved one cure already. It’s a case of gallbladder cancer, and as it so happens, she is a doctor herself.”

“[54:10] I had a chance to meet her on the radio interview. And I told her, “Lenora, Ivermectin has anti-cancer properties. And she asked me how much should I take.” Because she had cancer, but I didn’t know what kind of cancer she had or how terrible her cancer was. 

And I said, “The highest you can take, that’s it. There’s no recommendation. Because being a doctor herself, she treated herself. And later on, we learned about what she did.”

Landrito noted she took an extremely high dose for the first few months of 2 mg/kg per day. Although she experienced visual side effects for a few days, they quickly resolved as she grew accustomed to the medication [55:13]. 

The doctor carefully monitored her liver and kidney function tests to ensure no toxicity. Monthly ultrasound scans revealed consistent shrinkage of the tumor. After 14 months, the ultrasound showed a completely normal scan with “no trace of cancer [56:14].” Creatinine and SGPT testing remained normal throughout the high-dose Ivermectin course of therapy.

As a result of this case, Dr. Landrito has embarked on a study and treatment approach using Ivermectin with encouraging results.

He explained that Ivermectin induces autophagy and apoptosis, death and destruction of cancer cells. He also noted that research shows that Ivermectin alters intracellular chloride concentrations in leukemia cells while preserving mitochondrial membrane potentials [49:41].

Landrito notes this is crucially important as recent evidence shows that cancer is a metabolic disease mediated through mitochondria, not through genetic mutations, as previously thought [49:45].

Thus, Ivermectin can selectively damage cancer cells by preserving mitochondrial health but damaging cancer cell membrane potentials. Landrito explained that poor nutrition likely triggers cancer’s development as it gradually adopts a fermentation pathway. He notes that overnight fasting – 16 hours – can induce autophagy and cancer cell death. However, with the addition of Ivermectin, one does not need to wait 16 hours as the autophagy will begin sooner [52:00]. He is seeing positive results in many of his indigent cancer patient populations.

He has seen other patients with metastatic cancer transform from pain-ridden invalids to carefree and active family members.

He relates the case of Oscar Nacu, a man with a grotesque neck tumor involving canon-ball lung metastases [01:33:53]. After three months of high dose Ivermectin exceeding 2.4 mg/kg per day, the lung metastases shrank, and he no longer required pain medication [01:37:13]. In addition,  he walked up to one mile daily and spontaneously sang and danced.

Dr. Shankara Chetty explained, “[01:37:13] Ever since we’ve given him the Lactoferrin and Ivermectin, he no longer takes painkillers. If you will notice, he actually looks younger now than when we started. We still don’t have a cure, but we have a fellow that has been taking Ivermectin since August 29, and he is now at 2.45 mg/kg per day and is still not showing signs of overdosing. And the last I heard was that yesterday he was singing, and he was dancing [01:37:45].”

Now Dr. Chetty comes to an important point – that this tumor became apparent one week after the vaccine. “What we see here is that this tumor came out exactly one week after getting himself vaccinated from the first shot [01:38:06]. He had this small tumor to begin with, and one week later, it started growing.”

This vaccine relationship appeared to be a pattern with other patients [01:41:58]. In another case, a 70-year-old man with a PSA of 26.35 had an enlarged prostate suspicious of cancer [01:42:37]. Following two vaccine doses, his PSA rose to 51.29.

“Immediately, his PSA shoots up to 51 after those first two doses [01:42:59]. He takes a booster on January 6, and his PSA shoots up to 61.75.”

Another PSA showed him to be at 89.11. 

“[01:44:12] We immediately brought him up (Ivermectin) to 45 mg per day.” Five weeks after the Ivermectin, he stopped having nocturnal urinary frequency. “On October 5, he sees his Urologist – and the results are spectacular [01:44:31]. What do we see? From the 89.11 PSA he had on August 30 was reduced to 10.94. This 10.94 is less than one-half of his PSA in 2019. This is an indication of how effective Lactoferrin and Ivermectin are together.”

Dr. Chetty admits that at this point, the combination of Ivermectin and Lactoferrin may not be a cancer cure, but it is “really, really effective.”

Dr. Landrito notes that the PAK1 Pathway drives 70% of all human cancers, and Ivermectin suppresses this [57:00].

I would point out that Dr. Landrito has treated hundreds of thousands of patients with Ivermectin and now growing numbers of cancer patients, all without any substantial adverse effects. Physicians only need to ask why they would not offer this safe repurposed drug to a patient with metastatic disease who has no other options. Why not offer it to patients at high risk of metastatic disease before the cancer spreads?

Dr. Paul Marik reviews such issues in his recent Cancer Care Monograph. Dr. Marik added a section on chemotherapy. He broke cancers down into those where chemotherapy could cure cancer, as in Testicular and Hodgkin’s Disease versus other cancers where chemotherapy was partially effective, as in Ovarian and Thyroid Cancer, and finally, the worst types – those dreaded metastatic cancers now so familiar to us all – Colorectal, Pancreatic, Gallbladder, and Esophageal – where chemotherapy only palliates and usually fails, where chemotherapy stimulates cancer stem cells worsening the prognosis. 

Dr. Marik’s Cancer Care Chemotherapy Table

Why don’t all physicians make it their mission to notify these metastatic cancer patients about repurposed drugs like Ivermectin? What is there to lose versus what is there to gain?

And now you may understand why I remain angry about the word on repurposed drugs in cancer not getting out. It is up to all of us to share this life-saving information with as many people as possible, especially in the age of this new mRNA vaccine technology.

This article originally appeared on The Desert Review.

Ivermectin and Fenbendazole Protocols

20 day ivermectin plus cancer protocol - Adam Gaertner

Day One: 
•Ivermectin: 1mg/kg po 
•Fenbendazole: 1000mg po 
•Sodium Bicarbonate: 1 tsp bid dissolved in 1 quart of water 

Day Two: 
•Ascorbic acid: 50mg/kg po, two doses, 8 hours apart or 20g intravenous, once 

Day Three: 
•Repeat Day One 

Day Four: 
•Repeat Day Two 

Days Five through Ten: 
•Fenbendazole, 200mg per day 
•Alternate sodium bicarbonate and ascorbic acid every other day 

Day Eleven: 
•Ivermectin: 1mg/kg po 
•Fenbendazole: 1000mg po 
•Cease ascorbic acid, only sodium bicarbonate from this point 

Days Twelve through Twenty: Sodium Bicarbonate twice per day. 

Day Twenty: 
•Imaging: Check progress. Significant reduction or complete elimination of tumor mass should have occurred by this time.

Source: https://www.onedaymd.com/2023/02/curing-incurable-cancer-adam-gaertner.html

New & Improved Joe Tippens Protocol - Dr William Makis

The holy grail turbo cancer cure may just be the synergistic combination therapy of Fenbendazole AND Ivermectin as follows:

Adapted from: https://makismd.substack.com/p/ivermectin-and-cancer-part-2-treating 


Notes and Disclaimers:
  • Please do not consider this guide as personal medical advice, but as a recommendation for use by professional providers. Consult with your doctor and discuss with her/him. 
  • Our aim here isn't to replace your doctors' advice. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information. Do take note that most treatments are not 100% protective or curative against cancer. It's a continuous struggle between the immune system and the cancer cells. Cancer treatments are meant to assist the immune system in this battle.
  • Cancer treatment should be part of a multi-modal approach in order to provide the best possible outcome. Diet and lifestyle changes are also meant to run alongside conventional treatment. That said, there is no miracle treatment that can cure all cancers.

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