by Karl Denninger, Market Ticker:
I wish to preface the linked article with a very strong caution — this is one story, one person. It statistically demonstrates nothing. Further, the plural of anecdote is not “data”. But, with that said….
So the period of unknown started in the 3rd week of January 2017 and included the above three items every day (7 days per week) and the canine medicine (1 GRAM PER DAY FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS) per week. Take 4 days off and repeat each week. Each gram of Panacur C has approximately 222 mg of fenbendazole, in case you are trying a different branded product.
This is a guy who had small-cell lung cancer — a particularly nasty form of cancer that usually kills the people who get it, even with extremely aggressive treatment. Even in “Stage 1” your odds of 5 year survival is only 31%. Beyond that it sucks. And what’s worse is that the median survival time, assuming it’s “limited” when found (that is, not known to have metastasized) is only 12-16 months. It is the most-aggressive form of lung cancer and is nearly-always associated with smoking. In this particular individual’s case they already knew it had spread — specifically, to the lymph nodes, which is the usual first place it goes.