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Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?

 
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Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
What if the world was told to rush towards fenbenzadole, a cross-species anti-parasitic, because of effects it holds outside of deworming and (purportedly, cancer killing)??


What if somehow fenbenzadole works for corona?


I'm not saying it works, I'm just wondering if it does work now that they are saying (online) Ivermectin kills corona in 24 hours.


Here's a link that provides not much help here, it just compares the 2 anti parasitics in their efficacy against parasites in horses

[link to www.pbsanimalhealth.com (secure)]
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
list the side effects for all to see here please
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
Fenbenzadole: Fenbendazole is of low acute toxicity after oral exposure. No acute exposure limit is available. Based on limited human data it appears that doses up to 500 mg per person did not result in adverse effects. Moreover, single doses up to 2,000 mg per person were reported to cause no adverse effects

source: [link to www.ema.europa.eu (secure)]



Ivermectin: Ivermectin has continually proved to be astonishingly safe for human use. Indeed, it is such a safe drug, with minimal side effects, that it can be administered by non-medical staff and even illiterate individuals in remote rural communities, provided that they have had some very basic, appropriate training.

Source: [link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]


However, if you go to webmd and other mainstream pharma sites, they will list an excruciatingly long line of symptoms associated with Ivermectin that do not appear to be a talking point on the dot gov site.
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
It is so fucking weird if these things really work. Idk the safety in humans and shit but why are so many of these potential cures like dewormers and zpack are more for other none viral type of infections. It is almost like the real mechanism is parasitical or biological not viral. Or that the virus is opening people to a secondary infection/exposire that we dont understand yet.
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
It is so fucking weird if these things really work. Idk the safety in humans and shit but why are so many of these potential cures like dewormers and zpack are more for other none viral type of infections. It is almost like the real mechanism is parasitical or biological not viral. Or that the virus is opening people to a secondary infection/exposire that we dont understand yet.
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It is only easy to assume that a cure must be related to the cause.
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
i have been suggesting the use of fenbendazole for a couple of months.

i did a lot of research, and it appears that fenbendazole could interfere with the process covid-19 uses to enter a cell host.

I am not a physician.
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
i have been suggesting the use of fenbendazole for a couple of months.

i did a lot of research, and it appears that fenbendazole could interfere with the process covid-19 uses to enter a cell host.

I am not a physician.
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Could you elaborate for us all here? or just for me lol either way hf
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
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Re: Remember when the world rushed to get Fenbenzadole??? Now ANOTHER dewormer is in the spotlight - but for COVID--relation?
Fenbendazole acts as a moderate microtubule destabilizing agent and causes cancer cell death by modulating multiple cellular pathways
[link to www.nature.com (secure)]



Small Molecule Tubulin Inhibitor For COVID-19 Treatment
[link to puresoluble.com (secure)]

Fenbendazole acts on helminthes primarily by binding to tubulin and disrupting the tubulin microtubule equilibrium
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]
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