Attention all, someone/a bot has been impersonating me and leaving comments with a phone number. I've banned the user and deleted comments but if you do see any similar please ignore!

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Jan 19·edited Jan 19Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

I have direct experience with Fenbendazole which is, as with Ivermectin, an animal anthelmintic. It stopped my aggressive breast cancer recurrence (Grade 3 DCIS) jn its tracks three years ago. I was scheduled for a mastectomy in Jan 2020 because that is the standard protocol for someone who has previously received the standard allopathic reatments, which I did in 2006-2007. In Dec 2019 I quite fortuitously discovered Fenben, thanks to a video recommendation by Youtube. It was an interview with Joe Tippens. I decided to give it a try and, against the wishes of my oncologists, put the mastectomy on hold. I took Fenben three days on and three days off for 3 1/2 months. Every mammogram since has shown no further activity.

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We’ve had Covid twice - Jan and Dec 2022. Used IVM, HCQ, quercetin, zinc, Vit. D, and for me prednisone (I have “mild” emphysema). Over in a matter of 3-5 days with little ill effect. At this point, I think for the unjabbed, it is just another seasonal flu. For the jabbed, it is a whole different thing with a severely compromised immune system. It is criminal, a crime against humanity, what has been done to suppress these off-label uses. #NoAmnesty #DoNotComply

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Jan 20·edited Jan 20Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Not to sound to crazy but I have been wondering for quite some time why the progress to stop cancers has been so disappointing. After my awakening in the last 3 years of the scamdemic I am starting to think this lack of progress is not by accident. Just consider the all out war to stop the use of ivermectin and hydroxy for treating covid.

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I ran across this back in 2020 - written by a bit-of-a-rebel cancer doctor/professor, who has spent 20 years working through his hypothesis.


Zinc: The Wonder Drug for the Treatment of Carcinomas

Long story short: cancer cells downregulate zinc. That's because when zinc gets into the cancer cell, it kills the cancer cell. So - the anti-cancer treatment is: "zinc + ionophore." Anyone know any zinc ionophores?

At least according to this doctor anyway.

Not medical advice. I'm not a doctor. I just thought the paper was interesting and on-point.

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Jan 19Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Fenbendazole (which is a close cousin to lvermectin) also cures cancers as Victoria states below! There is a fairly new Substack with many documented case studies of individuals who have successfully eradicated their cancers. It is mind-boggling. I believe the name of the Substack is simply "Fenbendazole Cures Cancer".

Looking forward to your article on Sunday, Tess. Thank-you for all you are doing here on your Substack!

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Jan 20Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

It is worth coming here just to read the comments. What a wealth of information from everyone. Thank you all.

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Jan 19Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Thank you so much Dr.Tess ,you are a Dr. in the true sense of the word .A Dr. that really cares about the patients under your care and for humanity as whole . God bless your heart . Maybe some day the art of medical care will be combined with medicines that are effective such as ivermectin along with herbals ,and Eastern medicines that worked and came down through the ages . My best regards to you for what you do .

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Jan 19·edited Jan 20Liked by Dr Tess Lawrie, MBBCh, PhD​

Thank you for sharing this. This approach has been in my knowledge bag for many years as well.

A great intro to the topic came to me from *Love, Medicine and Miracles: Lessons Learned About Self-Healing From a Surgeon's Experience with Exceptional Patients* by Bernie S. Siegel, an oncologist who became curious about the terminal cancer patients who didn't die within their 'pre-scription.'

A nice movie with Anne Archer and Sam Neill called Leap of Faith.

There is lots out there, where the doctors don't and usually won't look. ;-)

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Tess you are an absolute hero in my eyes and I am very very grateful for your heroic efforts to forge a new way in HEALING. Especially as a fellow Saffa I feel even more proud.

It is, however, all very well talking about ivermectin. And I'm convinced. Have been since early 2020 but what does it help to talk about it when you can't get hold of it. Not here in the UK and not many many places around the world. Can we see an article please on what is being done about that ... I would love to hear your input on that

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It would be nice to know both the dose and frequency of ivermectin that is deemed effective.

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I've always felt it significant that ivermectin was derived from a soil bacteria. Given the relationship between Microbiome damage and chronic disease is associated with immune dysfunction, it does make you think. 

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American Doctor and cancer specialist develops a method for treating most cancers that conventional medicine has given up on. He is able to heal most patients only those destroyed by radiotherapy and chemotherapy are beyond his help.

Do the FDA work tirelessly to bring this cure to the people?

Of course not, they spend huge amounts of time and effort prosecuting him again and again whilst pharma tries to steal his intellectual property.

Suppressing a cure for more than 40 years! BURZYNSKI: THE CANCER CURE COVER-UP - FULL DOCUMENTARY


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As a Naturopathic Physician using Jane's general approach (in conjunction with some other approaches), I'm seeing good outcomes with MOST cancer patients - but not all. Given it can be challenging to determine which supplements and off-label drugs will be helpful for patients, it's often a trial and error process. Some patient end up requiring a significant number of pills/interventions to get tumor markers to decline, while others need relatively few.

Here are a few examples. A woman in her 70's came to see me as she'd just finished standard of care for glioblastoma multiforme. That was almost 4 years ago now. She had horrible adverse effects from the chemo and radiation. Her oncologist informed her the treatment doesn't cure this cancer, only gives a few months. She came to me for help with the horrible adverse effects but without any reason to believe there was any solution for her incurable cancer.

It was my first glioblastoma case. I told her to forget their prognosis and encouraged her to try some simple treatments. She was given ivermectin and one or two other off -label drugs and some homeopathic tinctures to take. Ever since we began those treatments almost 4 years now, her glioblastoma remains resolved.

Another more recent case of ovarian cancer in a younger woman (rare) needed a MUCH larger group of supplements, off label drugs and homeopathics. But she too has shown good results.

Some folks take quite a few meds to start to reverse the cancer trend, while others need relatively small amounts of treatments. It is NOT an elegant treament approach and is entirely empirically individualized for each patient and their cancer type.

But overall, my results with cancer patients since I read Jane's book and started adding off label drugs has been MUCH more reliable. My experience suggests that if these approaches were being used on a large scale, we'd see a dramatic improvement in cancer treatment.

Unfortunately, the incentive system in oncology is oriented to largest profit interventions with a very low bar of efficacy. Similar to the larger medical industrial complex, oncology is lost. They have moved the goal of treatment from cure to "management" a long time ago. They have pretty much zero interest in a true resolution of cancer. In fact, if you even state that you are seeing many patients go into remission, you are called a quack. In oncology, the incentives are pretty much all backwards and upside down and are not looking like they will change anytime soon unfortunately.

In any case, Jane's awesome book has been a game changer in my practice. In a perfect world, we'd develop testing to help us determine which off label drugs, supplements, homeopathics and other treatments each persons cancer is susceptile to. Then we wouldn't have to do as much trial and error and the protocols could become more effective, less expensive and easier for patients to employ. I hope we get there someday.


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This is sad that a bot has come here impersonating Dr. Lawrie, but it is odd that the phone number proffered up is the same one the bot on Caitlin Johnstone's site: https://caitlinjohnstone.substack.com/?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=profile_page

offered up.

Be aware that Substack is not immune to hackers trying to cause confusion, but give them no heed. Presumably, the bot behind the bot can be identified, and the sooner the better.

(Sorry for this interruption, but you see something one time and then see it again - then it is evident).


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One of the important insights which prepared me for the Covid Plandemic was the behaviour of medical institutions charged with the responsibility to "find a cure for cancer". We all know how important Vitamin D3 is for cancer prevention by now, see Grass Roots Health for more details and the DINOMIT model for cancer of the colon that the Garland brothers developed. I have long been unable to understand why the good news about Vitamin D3 was being ignored especially in cancer prevention. The startling statistic is that 98% of solid cancers(Prof Garland) occur in the Epithelium and if you are lucky a surgeon can cut it out. The even better news is that if you have sufficient serum D3 levels cancer can actually be prevented.

What else is available? Vitamin D3 above 75 nmol/L(30 nanogram/mL) is necessary and about 15 years ago I found by searching on Google there was another molecule that had a direct effect on the immune system - Cannabidiol. Research into this is fairly recent because of the blanket ban on any products, including hemp fibre, from the varieties of Cannabis plants due to the war on drugs. The story of what happened to Rick Simpson in Canada when he started extracting Cannabidiol and giving it away to cancer victims who had been left to die by the medical system is a worthy bit of research to understand the forces preventing a cure. He is now in exile in Europe for his pains. Look for his web site at Phoenix Tears dot ca.

Another one is Panacure C or Fenbendazole as referred to by Victoria Nutter. Hopefully Ivermectin will prove to be useful as well. Remember though prevention is better than cure and get your serum Vitamin D3 up to 120 nmol/L( 48 nanogram/mL).

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