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    Ivermectin can “kill cancer cells” and boost immune response, suggest health experts

    Ivermectin can “kill cancer cells” and boost immune response, suggest health experts

    03/29/2024 // Zoey Sky // 1.3K Views

    Tags: alternative medicine, anticancer, cancer solutions, cancer treatment, cancer tumors, Cures, discoveries, FDA, goodcancer, goodhealth, goodmedicine, goodscience, healing, health freedom, health science, ivermectin, ivermectin science, Oncology, pandemic, research, Wuhan coronavirus



    Ivermectin was used as an alternative treatment amid the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and now researchers are saying that the drug can also help fight cancer by boosting immune response.Rick Alderson, a retired sawmill worker, was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer in November 2020. He endured agonizing pain in his bowels for months. After a consultation, a gastroenterologist discovered a large tumor in his rectum. Alderson and his wife were told that he only had six months to live.
    Eve Alderson, Rick's wife, said that his oncologist saw him as "a dead man walking." Other doctors were against starting Alderson on treatment because of his age and the severity of his cancer, but the couple didn't want to give up.
    Alderson started with 10 rounds of radiation therapy. Initially, his carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), a marker for tumor activity, was significantly elevated at 480 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL).
    One month later, he started chemotherapy. After that, his CEA levels skyrocketed to 1,498 ng/mL. By the time Alderson started treatment, his colon cancer had metastasized and spread to his liver. The latter had 25 tumors.
    In an interview with The Cancer Box, a cancer diagnosis blog, Alderson shared that he started researching preventative medication, which led him to ivermectin.
    Further research suggested that ivermectin could likely enhance the effectiveness of his chemotherapy and radiation therapy, with data also showing that the medication was relatively safe.
    In February 2021, Alderson started taking ivermectin. Ten days later, his CEA levels had gone down to 184 ng/mL. By April 7, it was 20.7, and by April 21, it had dropped to only 13.9 ng/mL.
    By midsummer, Alderson's CEA levels had decreased into the normal range. Out of the 25 tumors in his liver, only three remained. (Related: FDA is NOT a physician: Appeals court sides with doctors on the use of ivermectin for COVID-19.)
    Alderson lived for two more blessed years before succumbing to liver failure due to the progression of his three remaining liver tumors.
    His wife was grateful, adding that his survival beyond his grim prognosis was because of his success with ivermectin and fluorouracil, a chemotherapy drug.
    Ivermectin has several anti-cancer effects

    Dr. Alfonso Dueñas-González, an oncologist and senior researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, explained that there are at least nine "perfectly defined cancer targets affected by ivermectin."
    The first reports of ivermectin’s anti-cancer properties were released in 1995. At the time, two French researchers discovered that the Nobel Prize-winning anti-parasite drug ivermectin could reverse multidrug resistance in tumors.
    Ivermectin targets tumor stem cells, a driver of cancer tumors and relapses, and promotes cancer death. The drug was also found to boost the effects of chemo and radiation therapy.
    Ivermectin has a broad impact on the immune system, particularly boosting immune offense against cancers. Additionally, it inhibits cancer cell cycles, helping prevent the formation of new cancer cells.
    Ivermectin also promotes the killing of cancer cells by inducing mitochondrial stress. It also helps prevent cancer survival by preventing new blood vessels that transport energy and fuel to cancers from forming near cancer cells.
    Even though several studies have shown that ivermectin has impressive potential as an anti-cancer drug, only a handful of clinical studies have examined the use of ivermectin for cancer.
    In a Japanese study, scientists observed three patients with different cancers, breast, bone and lung cancer, who were taking a combination of ivermectin and other drugs, including an anti-cancer hormonal therapy.
    Ivermectin was added last in the therapeutic combination for two of the patients. Their doctors observed considerable improvements in their symptoms.
    After ivermectin was added, the study authors reported that "all the symptoms were relieved" in one patient.
    As for the other patient, he was prescribed ivermectin with other drugs. After one treatment cycle, he was well enough to walk to the clinic by himself.
    Ivermectin may help boost immunity

    Dr. Peter P. Lee, the chair of immuno-oncology at the City of Hope, is also a leading researcher in the U.S. on ivermectin as an immunotherapeutic drug for cancer.
    Conventional anti-cancer therapeutics like chemotherapy and radiation therapy focus on damaging the DNA of cancer cells and killing them. Unfortunately, these treatments also kill a patient's immune cells and suppress their immune system.
    Immunotherapy, on the other hand, is a relatively new form of anti-cancer therapy that enhances the body's immune system to fight cancer. And even though some immunotherapies have broad immune-strengthening effects, the most commonly used ones only focus on a specific subset of the immune system.
    According to Lee, ivermectin can kill cancer cells and drive the host immune response, or immunogenic cell death (ICD).
    Lee's research revealed that when animal subjects mice with breast cancer were given ivermectin, immune cells would begin to appear in tumors that previously had none. This process is known as turning "cold" tumors "hot." He explained that patients with hot tumors have "better clinical outcomes with a lower risk for recurrence and live longer."
    But during the course of the study, tumors continued to grow in mice given ivermectin alone, suggesting that the drug alone is not enough. Lee suggested that ivermectin could work well with immune checkpoint inhibitor anti-PD1, an immunotherapy drug.
    After the mice were injected with cancer cells again, the animals whose tumors were cleared after this combination therapy no longer formed new tumors. Lee clarified that only ivermectin and pembrolizumab together could completely clear out metastasis and that the former might not be as effective as a stand-alone treatment.
    Researchers are studying ivermectin as therapy for different cancer types

    Dr. Lee's team has started a clinical trial of ivermectin combined with immunotherapy for women with metastatic breast cancer. The researchers have also discovered that ivermectin was effective against other types of cancer cells, suggesting that additional patients may participate in future trials.
    The interaction of the two therapies could be due to "a highly complex process dependent on timing, dosage and drug combinations."
    Lee said that ivermectin could be "a very powerful drug in the context of really carefully developed immunotherapy combinations."
    Dr. Kathleen Ruddy, a breast cancer surgeon who trained at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, started studying ivermectin after three patients she consulted with experienced a notable improvement in their condition after taking the drug with other adjunctive therapeutics.
    The first patient had stage 4 prostate cancer. The cancer came on abruptly, and after trying all possible treatments within nine months, his doctors announced that he only had three weeks left to live.
    The first patient started taking ivermectin with other nutraceuticals. Within two months, his prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a potential marker for prostate tumor, became insignificant.
    After six months, the patient's metastatic lesions started to disappear. In less than one year, Ruddy reported that the first patient was well enough to go dancing for hours three nights a week.
    The same was observed in the two other patients.
    Ruddy, who has been a cancer surgeon for over 30 years, was impressed because she had never observed this in one patient, let alone three in succession.
    There are also doctors who have been treating cancer using ivermectin, with varying degrees of success.
    Dr. Duenas-Gonzalez, a doctor based in Mexico, has prescribed ivermectin at his private clinic. He said that many of his patients also received chemotherapy treatments and that some saw reductions in their tumor marks after they were given ivermectin.
    According to Ruddy, ivermectin has had some degree of anti-cancer effect in every cancer type it has been tested on.
    Findings from Duenas-Gonzalez's research have suggested that at least 26 different cancer cell lines, including bladder, breast, colon, esophageal, glioblastoma, kidney, liver, lungs, lymphoma, ovarian, pancreas, prostate, stomach and uterus, respond to ivermectin in laboratory studies.
    Visit IvermectinScience.com for more stories about the potential benefits of ivermectin.
    Watch the video below to learn more about the doctor who sued the FDA for ivermectin misinformation.

    This video is from the True Conservative Minutes channel on Brighteon.com.
    More related stories:

    12 Potent ANTICANCER agents found in edible plants.
    Ivermectin helped people RECOVER FASTER from COVID-19 infections, study finds.
    FDA settles ivermectin lawsuit, agrees to delete posts discouraging its use against COVID-19.
    Sources include:
    TheEpochTimes.com
    TAndFOnline.com
    Brighteon.com

    Ivermectin can “kill cancer cells” and boost immune response, suggest health experts – NaturalNews.com
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    FDA just lost a historic ivermectin lawsuit — so when will FDA officials be arrested and charged with manslaughter for denying lifesaving treatments to Americans?

    03/29/2024 // Lance D Johnson // 3.5K Views


    Tags: accountability, badhealth, big government, Censorship, conspiracy, corruption, Dangerous Medicine, deception, doctor patient relationship, FDA, freedom, goodmedicine, health freedom, informed consent, ivermectin, Liberty, manslaughter, medical boards, medical licenses, medical malpractice, medical profession, patriot, pharmacies, progress, propaganda, revealed, truth, War on Ivermectin, wrongful death



    During the covid-19 scandal, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) routinely interfered in the doctor-patient relationship, withheld life-saving information and suppressed efficacious treatments for covid-19 and other respiratory illnesses. In misleading the public, the FDA placed pressure on medical boards and waged war against doctors who effectively treated their patients for covid-19. One of the treatments prescribed by doctors – but demonized by the FDA – was ivermectin.Texas court cracks down on FDA and HHS officials

    In a historic case, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Galveston Division ruled against the FDA and struck down their war against ivermectin. As part of the settlement, the FDA agrees to take down website and social media posts that warn people not to use ivermectin to treat COVID-19. The defendants in the suit include U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra and Dr. Robert Califf, acting FDA commissioner.
    Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Robert Apter – three American heroes who fought back against the FDA’s bullying and censorship – proved to the court that the FDA acted outside of its authority. They were represented by Boyden, Gray & Associates.
    Bowden, Marik and Apter proved that the FDA “unlawfully interfered” with doctors' ability to practice medicine. The FDA directed the public, including health professionals and patients, not to use ivermectin – even though the medication is approved for human use by the FDA.
    The ruling stops the FDA from acting as the ultimate authority over all doctors and medical professionals in the nation. FDA officials share a sleazy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry and favored certain drugs as a one-size-fits-all mandate for the entire medical system.
    With this ruling, the FDA is no longer allowed to ban off-label use of particular drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. The agency is no longer allowed to advise patients to take approved drugs. The FDA should have listened to medical professionals who worked meticulously and tirelessly to treat covid-19 patients. Instead, the agency went to war against them and mocked and/or blacklisted their treatment protocols.
    Will FDA officials be charged for manslaughter?

    In 2022, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown dismissed the case, claiming that the FDA has “sovereign immunity” that protects them from civil lawsuits. When the case got to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, the verdict was overturned. The September 2023 ruling confirmed that the FDA did exceed its authority under federal law. The ruling states that the FDA is “not a physician.” While the agency “can inform,” it has “no authority” to recommend that consumers “stop taking medicine.”
    Marik said the ruling, “is a major win because it’s saying that the FDA can approve drugs, but they can’t interfere with the patient-physician relationship.” “They can’t determine … what drugs physicians can and cannot prescribe,” he added.
    Because of the FDA’s war on ivermectin, doctors lost their licensees, pharmacies refused to dispense ivermectin and immune-compromised patients were left with no efficacious treatment plan.
    The FDA’s suppression of efficacious treatments and further acts of censorship and malice were ultimately used to expedite the emergency use authorization of covid-19 “vaccines.” In fact, in order for “emergency use authorization” to be enacted, there had to be no available treatments for the target infectious disease. The FDA played a critical role in favoring specific drugs and forcing untested and ineffective mRNA experiments onto the population.
    With this ruling, the “pandemic” curtain is peeled back. Censoring treatments, separating families, isolating patients and forcing covid-positive patients onto remdesivir, sedation and mechanical ventilation has been revealed as a fraudulent protocol of mass medical error and wrongful death.
    Now, will FDA officials be charged for manslaughter?
    Sources include:
    ChildrensHealthDefense.org
    ChildrensHealthDefense.org [PDF]
    NaturalNews.com
    NaturalNews.com

    FDA just lost a historic ivermectin lawsuit — so when will FDA officials be arrested and charged with manslaughter for denying lifesaving treatments to Americans? – NaturalNews.com
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    Ivermectin can “kill cancer cells” and boost immune response, suggest health experts

    03/29/2024 // Zoey Sky // 1.3K Views

    Tags: alternative medicine, anticancer, cancer solutions, cancer treatment, cancer tumors, Cures, discoveries, FDA, goodcancer, goodhealth, goodmedicine, goodscience, healing, health freedom, health science, ivermectin, ivermectin science, Oncology, pandemic, research, Wuhan coronavirus



    Ivermectin was used as an alternative treatment amid the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and now researchers are saying that the drug can also help fight cancer by boosting immune response.Rick Alderson, a retired sawmill worker, was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer in November 2020. He endured agonizing pain in his bowels for months. After a consultation, a gastroenterologist discovered a large tumor in his rectum. Alderson and his wife were told that he only had six months to live.
    Eve Alderson, Rick's wife, said that his oncologist saw him as "a dead man walking." Other doctors were against starting Alderson on treatment because of his age and the severity of his cancer, but the couple didn't want to give up.
    Alderson started with 10 rounds of radiation therapy. Initially, his carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), a marker for tumor activity, was significantly elevated at 480 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL).
    One month later, he started chemotherapy. After that, his CEA levels skyrocketed to 1,498 ng/mL. By the time Alderson started treatment, his colon cancer had metastasized and spread to his liver. The latter had 25 tumors.
    In an interview with The Cancer Box, a cancer diagnosis blog, Alderson shared that he started researching preventative medication, which led him to ivermectin.
    Further research suggested that ivermectin could likely enhance the effectiveness of his chemotherapy and radiation therapy, with data also showing that the medication was relatively safe.
    In February 2021, Alderson started taking ivermectin. Ten days later, his CEA levels had gone down to 184 ng/mL. By April 7, it was 20.7, and by April 21, it had dropped to only 13.9 ng/mL.
    By midsummer, Alderson's CEA levels had decreased into the normal range. Out of the 25 tumors in his liver, only three remained. (Related: FDA is NOT a physician: Appeals court sides with doctors on the use of ivermectin for COVID-19.)
    Alderson lived for two more blessed years before succumbing to liver failure due to the progression of his three remaining liver tumors.
    His wife was grateful, adding that his survival beyond his grim prognosis was because of his success with ivermectin and fluorouracil, a chemotherapy drug.
    Ivermectin has several anti-cancer effects

    Dr. Alfonso Dueñas-González, an oncologist and senior researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, explained that there are at least nine "perfectly defined cancer targets affected by ivermectin."
    The first reports of ivermectin’s anti-cancer properties were released in 1995. At the time, two French researchers discovered that the Nobel Prize-winning anti-parasite drug ivermectin could reverse multidrug resistance in tumors.
    Ivermectin targets tumor stem cells, a driver of cancer tumors and relapses, and promotes cancer death. The drug was also found to boost the effects of chemo and radiation therapy.
    Ivermectin has a broad impact on the immune system, particularly boosting immune offense against cancers. Additionally, it inhibits cancer cell cycles, helping prevent the formation of new cancer cells.
    Ivermectin also promotes the killing of cancer cells by inducing mitochondrial stress. It also helps prevent cancer survival by preventing new blood vessels that transport energy and fuel to cancers from forming near cancer cells.
    Even though several studies have shown that ivermectin has impressive potential as an anti-cancer drug, only a handful of clinical studies have examined the use of ivermectin for cancer.
    In a Japanese study, scientists observed three patients with different cancers, breast, bone and lung cancer, who were taking a combination of ivermectin and other drugs, including an anti-cancer hormonal therapy.
    Ivermectin was added last in the therapeutic combination for two of the patients. Their doctors observed considerable improvements in their symptoms.
    After ivermectin was added, the study authors reported that "all the symptoms were relieved" in one patient.
    As for the other patient, he was prescribed ivermectin with other drugs. After one treatment cycle, he was well enough to walk to the clinic by himself.
    Ivermectin may help boost immunity

    Dr. Peter P. Lee, the chair of immuno-oncology at the City of Hope, is also a leading researcher in the U.S. on ivermectin as an immunotherapeutic drug for cancer.
    Conventional anti-cancer therapeutics like chemotherapy and radiation therapy focus on damaging the DNA of cancer cells and killing them. Unfortunately, these treatments also kill a patient's immune cells and suppress their immune system.
    Immunotherapy, on the other hand, is a relatively new form of anti-cancer therapy that enhances the body's immune system to fight cancer. And even though some immunotherapies have broad immune-strengthening effects, the most commonly used ones only focus on a specific subset of the immune system.
    According to Lee, ivermectin can kill cancer cells and drive the host immune response, or immunogenic cell death (ICD).
    Lee's research revealed that when animal subjects mice with breast cancer were given ivermectin, immune cells would begin to appear in tumors that previously had none. This process is known as turning "cold" tumors "hot." He explained that patients with hot tumors have "better clinical outcomes with a lower risk for recurrence and live longer."
    But during the course of the study, tumors continued to grow in mice given ivermectin alone, suggesting that the drug alone is not enough. Lee suggested that ivermectin could work well with immune checkpoint inhibitor anti-PD1, an immunotherapy drug.
    After the mice were injected with cancer cells again, the animals whose tumors were cleared after this combination therapy no longer formed new tumors. Lee clarified that only ivermectin and pembrolizumab together could completely clear out metastasis and that the former might not be as effective as a stand-alone treatment.
    Researchers are studying ivermectin as therapy for different cancer types

    Dr. Lee's team has started a clinical trial of ivermectin combined with immunotherapy for women with metastatic breast cancer. The researchers have also discovered that ivermectin was effective against other types of cancer cells, suggesting that additional patients may participate in future trials.
    The interaction of the two therapies could be due to "a highly complex process dependent on timing, dosage and drug combinations."
    Lee said that ivermectin could be "a very powerful drug in the context of really carefully developed immunotherapy combinations."
    Dr. Kathleen Ruddy, a breast cancer surgeon who trained at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, started studying ivermectin after three patients she consulted with experienced a notable improvement in their condition after taking the drug with other adjunctive therapeutics.
    The first patient had stage 4 prostate cancer. The cancer came on abruptly, and after trying all possible treatments within nine months, his doctors announced that he only had three weeks left to live.
    The first patient started taking ivermectin with other nutraceuticals. Within two months, his prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a potential marker for prostate tumor, became insignificant.
    After six months, the patient's metastatic lesions started to disappear. In less than one year, Ruddy reported that the first patient was well enough to go dancing for hours three nights a week.
    The same was observed in the two other patients.
    Ruddy, who has been a cancer surgeon for over 30 years, was impressed because she had never observed this in one patient, let alone three in succession.
    There are also doctors who have been treating cancer using ivermectin, with varying degrees of success.
    Dr. Duenas-Gonzalez, a doctor based in Mexico, has prescribed ivermectin at his private clinic. He said that many of his patients also received chemotherapy treatments and that some saw reductions in their tumor marks after they were given ivermectin.
    According to Ruddy, ivermectin has had some degree of anti-cancer effect in every cancer type it has been tested on.
    Findings from Duenas-Gonzalez's research have suggested that at least 26 different cancer cell lines, including bladder, breast, colon, esophageal, glioblastoma, kidney, liver, lungs, lymphoma, ovarian, pancreas, prostate, stomach and uterus, respond to ivermectin in laboratory studies.
    Visit IvermectinScience.com for more stories about the potential benefits of ivermectin.
    Watch the video below to learn more about the doctor who sued the FDA for ivermectin misinformation.

    This video is from the True Conservative Minutes channel on Brighteon.com.
    More related stories:

    12 Potent ANTICANCER agents found in edible plants.
    Ivermectin helped people RECOVER FASTER from COVID-19 infections, study finds.
    FDA settles ivermectin lawsuit, agrees to delete posts discouraging its use against COVID-19.
    Sources include:
    TheEpochTimes.com
    TAndFOnline.com
    Brighteon.com

    Ivermectin can “kill cancer cells” and boost immune response, suggest health experts – NaturalNews.com
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    Ivermectin’s neuroprotective properties could protect against damage from EMFs, vaccines

    07/16/2024 // Ethan Huff // 960 Views


    Tags: alternative medicine, Alzheimer's disease, brain health, breakthrough, COVID, dementia, discoveries, EMF, goodhealth, goodmedicine, goodscience, health science, ivermectin, Mind, mind body science, nervous system, neuroprotective, Parkinson's Disease, prevention, radiation, remedies, research, vaccination, vaccines



    Science has uncovered more uses for the generic antiparasitic drug ivermectin, which was the subject of great controversy during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "pandemic" because it was recommended by President Trump as both a treatment and as a prophylactic for the illness.It turns out that ivermectin can be repurposed to treat many different health conditions beyond just parasites and COVID, including Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), stroke, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and more.
    Dr. William Makis recently wrote a piece specifically about ivermectin's neuroprotective benefits that cites a number of studies about the drug's efficacy. He found that ivermectin bears unique properties that promote remyelination in demyelination diseases such as MS, which adds to the drug's long-known potential use against motor neuron disorders like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig's disease.
    Ivermectin is so powerfully effective at repairing and protecting the nervous system that Belgian scientists filed a patent application for the drug back in 2007, which was covered in a paper called "Use of ivermectin and derivates thereof for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis" (Publication No.: WO/2008/034202A3).
    (Related: Dr. Mary Talley Bowden says she has successfully treated many of her COVID patients with ivermectin.)
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    Most of ivermectin's neuroprotective power lies in its ability to modulate P2X4 receptors, which also gives the drug strong potential to help prevent alcohol use disorders by reducing alcohol cravings, this in addition to helping prevent motor neuron disease.

    "Ivermectin (IVM), a positive modulator of P2X4Rs, enhanced levodopa (L-DOPA)-induced motor behaviour," new research on the subject explains. "Thus, IVM is increasing striatal dopamine release through enhanced cholinergic activity on dopamine terminals."
    Recognizing that humans in the modern age are regularly bombarded with electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and other toxins that disrupt proper nervous system function, ivermectin might be worth taking for preventative purposes to keep the nervous system optimized through stabilization of P2X4 receptors.
    Stabilizing P2X4 receptors is important because expression of P2X4 is a major driving factor in ALS, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, chronic neuropathic pain, migraines, epilepsy, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and anxiety.
    "In various pathological states, such as trauma, ischemia, chronic pain, neurodegenerative processes and several neuropsychiatric disorders, de novo expression of P2X4 and / or an increase in cell surface P2X4 density has been reported in microglia and / or neurons, thus suggesting possible key and multiple roles of neuronal and microglial P2X4 receptors in the establishment and/or maintenance of these pathologies," research shows.
    "Changes in the intracellular expression of P2X4 may also have important consequences in the pathophysiological context."
    Keep in mind that the mRNA (modRNA) "vaccines" introduced through Operation Warp Speed during COVID are also linked to the development of these various nervous system disorders, which taking ivermectin could help to remediate.
    "Ivermectin may not just be the anti-parasitic, anti-cancer, anti-viral repurposed drug we recognise but may have multiple other neuroprotective benefits for humanity in an era where we all may be subjected to neurotoxins – some apparent, and others invisible like EMF," writes Dr. Justus R. Hope about the findings.
    It is important to note that ivermectin has been linked to a downturn in births among sheep given the antiparasitic drug for veterinary purposes. Some people believe that this points to ivermectin possibly affecting fertility in a negative way, so do your own due diligence.
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    Another suggested chlorine dioxide (ClO2) at a dose of one drop per 50 pounds of weight in water daily to keep the body cleansed of parasites and toxins.
    Learn more about how to protect your health naturally at Remedies.news.
    Sources for this article include:
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