What is the difference between Fenbendazole and Ivermectin?

In recent years, unconventional drugs like Fenbendazole and Ivermectin have gained popularity as alternative forms of treatment for cancer. We’ve broken down the essential things you need to know about these medications for cancer in humans.

What Is Ivermectin?

Ivermectin is an anti-parasite drug used to treat various parasite infections in humans, but it can also be used to treat other health conditions like river blindness, onchocerciasis, intestinal strongyloidiasis, and onchocerciasis.

What Is Fenbendazole?

Fenbendazole is a benzimidazole that offers a wide spectrum anthelmintic effect. It is a dewormer medication used to treat parasites in dogs and cats. Some common names for Fenbendazole are Panacur® and Safe-Guard®.

The Role of Ivermectin in Cancer Symptoms

Several clinical trials have been done to prove the effectiveness of Ivermectin against cancer cells with low enough dosages to be non-toxic to the normal cells. Research suggests that Ivermectin suppresses the growth and spread of cancer cells and promotes cancer cell death. Ivermectin proved successful against cancer cells when combined with chemotherapy or other targeted drugs and shows brilliant effectiveness against conventional chemotherapy drug-resistant cancer cells.

Ivermectin also shows efficacy for colorectal antitumor properties. Colorectal cancer still doesn’t have an effective treatment, but Ivermectin has been shown to possess anti-virus, anti-inflammatory, and antitumor properties. Another study shows that after treatment with Ivermectin for breast cancer, the proliferation of multiple breast cancer cell lines was significantly reduced.

The Role of Fenbendazole in Cancer Symptoms

Fenbendazole acts as a moderate microtubule destabilizing agent and possesses a potent antitumor effect. Fenbendazole causes cancer cells to erupt by modulating multiple cellular pathways. To prove the effectiveness of using fenbendazole for cancer, a study treated human non-small cell lung cancer with this dewormer. The cancer cells were analyzed, and researchers found that fenbendazole causes partial alteration of the microtubule network around the nucleus of the cell. There was also an increase in the WT p53 tumor suppressor genes, which enhanced cell death-inducing activity.

Cancer cells have been shown to use more glucose to fuel their energy requirements. Researchers tested the effectiveness of fenbendazole on glucose uptake in human cancer cells and found inhibition of glucose in the cell lines. Researchers also suggest that fenbendazole can be beneficial in evading the drug resistance encountered in cancer therapy.

Should You Use Ivermectin or Fenbendazole for Cancer?

Ivermectin Effectiveness

  • Ivermectin and breast cancer Ivermectin has been found to turn cold breast tumors hot. Cold tumors mean there are little to no infiltrating T-cells. However, Ivermectin treatment led to robust T-cell infiltration, which turned the tumors into hot ones. This suggests that Ivermectin could synergize with proteins like the PD-1, which help the immune system by acting as a brake on T-cells. This will increase immunity and help the body eradicate cancer.
  • Ivermectin and digestive system cancer Clinical studies show that dose-dependant Ivermectin inhibits the proliferation of glioblastoma cells in humans and induced apoptosis. Ivermectin has the potential to resist tumor angiogenesis and tumor metastasis.
  • Ivermectin and lung cancer Ivermectin significantly inhibits the production of lung cancer cells by inhibiting the YAP1 activity. Ivermectin can also reduce the metastasis of lung cancer cells by impeding EMT.
  • Ivermectin and melanoma Melanoma cells were treated with Ivermectin and showed the potential to effectively inhibit melanoma activity.
  • Ivermectin and ovarian cancer Ivermectin has the potential to block a cell cycle and induce cell apoptosis in ovarian cancer. The combination of Ivermectin and paclitaxel has a synergized effect on ovarian cancer. A combined treatment of these two almost completely inhibited tumor growth in vivo.
  • Ivermectin and colon cancer Ivermectin has been shown to have anti-virus, anti-inflammatory, and anti-tumor properties when it comes to colorectal cancer.

Fenbendazole Effectiveness

  • Fenbendazole and prostate cancer Fenbendazole has been shown to be cytotoxic against paclitaxel-resistant prostate cancer.
  • Fenbendazole and lung cancer Fenbendazole has been found to be effective against small cell lung cancer, and one of the success stories of this is Joe Tippens, who had small cell lung cancer that spread to his neck, right lung, stomach, liver, bladder, pancreas, and tail bone—and he was given three months to live. He managed to cure his cancer with a mix of fenbendazole, curcumin, CBD oil, and vitamin E, and has been cancer-free ever since.
  • Fenbendazole and lymphoma A recent study shows that a combination of fenbendazole and supplemented vitamins inhibited the growth of human lymphoma cells in mice.

Overall, when it comes to cancer in the body, fenbendazole has been shown to destroy the tubular structure of the cancer cells, reduce the ability of cancer cells to metabolize, and boost the body’s immune response to the cancer cells.

In Summary: Which Product Is Better?

It is impossible to say which product is more effective as both are alternate forms of treatment for cancer, and their effectiveness is still being studied—despite the promising results and relevant success stories.

Reposted from: https://www.healnavigator.com/a/articles/ivermectin-vs-fenbendazole-for-cancer-differences-and-which-is-better

Related: Fenbendazole vs Mebendazole

Safe-Guard Dewormer for Cancer

How To Use Fenbendazole for Cancer

It can be taken as a single dose in the morning, with or without food. 

It may be best to place the powdered substance directly in your mouth and chase it down with a flavored drink such as cranberry juice as it does not dissolve well in any liquids. You could also try to mix it into a smoothie, greens drink, or something else. 

Fenbendazole for Cancer Dosage

One box of three packets will last a week on the beginning dose since you take one packet per day for three straight days and then take FOUR DAYS OFF. Example: Take the Fenbendazole only on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday each week. 

Those with later-stage cancers may choose to take 2-3 packets per day and take no days off!

Do not follow the weight-dependent dosing (for dogs) that is given on the back of the packaging!



Show more


Show more

Popular posts from this blog

Fenbendazole Joe Tippens Protocol: A Simple Step-by-Step Guide

12 Types of Zinc Supplementation and Absorption 2024

Fenbendazole Cancer Success Stories and Treatment Testimonials: Case Series (2024)

How to Detox Spike Protein After COVID - Dr Mercola

How Linoleic Acid Wrecks Your Health (2024) - Dr Mercola

Lumbrokinase vs Nattokinase vs Serrapeptase: What's the Difference?

Fenbendazole vs Mebendazole for Cancer: What is the Difference?

Top 10 Cancer Fighting Supplements 2024: Unveiling the Science Behind Cancer, Diet and Supplements (300+ Studies Analyzed)

NAC vs NAD vs NR vs NMN? What are the Differences?

The Key to Reversing All Autoimmune Diseases - Dr Mercola