Medicine for dogs studied as possible cancer treatment for people

Read more on this subject: Drugs and Medications
News Story Source:, Michelle Homer
Late-stage lung cancer. No cure. Three months to live.

It was the 2016 diagnosis Joe Tippens said he wasn’t willing to accept. The Edmond, Oklahoma man was determined to live at least long enough to meet his first grandson, due in a few months.

Tippens immediately contacted MD Anderson and was on a flight to Houston that night.

He said chemo and radiation at MDA shrunk the large tumor in his lung. But after he finished treatment, a PET scan revealed it was too late.

“The cancer had spread to my neck, my Right Lung, my stomach, my liver, my bladder, my pancreas and my tail bone. Dozens of tumors,” Tippens wrote in his blog.

Two days after the PET scan, Tippens said a veterinarian friend told him about a dog dewormer called fenbendazole that some people believe cured their cancer. It’s branded as Panacur C and can be ordered online.

Tippens did some research and learned the drug is considered safe for humans, with no serious si
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Chinese Hackers ‘Likely To Have Netted High-Value Espionage Targets’ Using Microsoft Outlook

Read more on this subject: Hacking, Cyber Security
News Story Source:, by Tyler Durden
The victims – which range from as few as ‘tens of thousands’ to ‘higher than 250,000’ Outlook users – appear to primarily be small businesses and state and local governments. One security firm, Mandiant, said in a blog post this week that Exchange Server abuse dates back to January, and that victims also included at least one university and an engineering firm.

The hackers have been exploiting a series of four flaws in Microsoft’s Exchange software to break into email accounts and read messages without authorization, and to install unauthorized software, the company said. Those flaws are known as zero days among cybersecurity professionals because they relied on previously undisclosed software bugs, suggesting a high degree of sophistication by the hackers. -WSJ

“It was being used in a really stealthy manner to not raise any alarm bells,” said cybersecurity expert, Steven Adair, whose firm Volexity Inc. was one of the first to flag Mic
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Newsom COVID ‘Equity’ Plan: Vaccinate 2 Million Latinos Or California Won’t Reopen

Read more on this subject: California
News Story Source:, by Victoria Taft
In the name of “equity,” Newsom announced Thursday that 40% of all the state’s available vaccines will go to Latino communities in the Central Valley and in pockets of LA because Latinos have suffered the most death and illness from COVID.

And there’s a catch: Until the Latinos in these areas take the vaccine in higher numbers, California will stay locked down.

State Health and Human Services Director Dr. Mark Ghaly said once the shots are in the arms, the state can reopen.

“As we achieve higher levels of vaccine in the hardest hit communities, we feel more confident that more and more activities across the state can occur,” he said in a briefing Thursday.

Once 2 million vaccine doses are given out in those neighborhoods, the state will make it easier for counties to move through reopening tiers that dictate business and school reopenings. With 1.6 million shots administered, he said he expects to hit that target in the next week o
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Tony Fauci and the Swine Flu Hoax; Betrayal of Trust

Read more on this subject: Hoax?
News Story Source: by Jon Rappoport
Now I take you back to the summer of 2009, when the CDC and the World Health Organization were hyping the “deadly H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic.”

They were, of course, also urging people to take the new Swine Flu vaccine. On that subject, here is an excerpt from Robert Kennedy Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense (3/27/20):

“For example, [Dr. Anthony] Fauci once shilled for the fast-tracked H1N1 influenza (‘swine flu’) vaccine on YouTube, reassuring viewers in 2009 that serious adverse events were ‘very, very, very rare.’ Shortly thereafter, the vaccine went on to wreak havoc in multiple countries, increasing miscarriage risks in pregnant women in the U.S., provoking a spike in adolescent narcolepsy in Scandinavia and causing febrile convulsions in one in every 110 vaccinated children in Australia—prompting the latter to suspend its influenza vaccination program in under-fives.”

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Tulsi Gabbard Calls Out The US Dirty War On Syria That Biden & Aides Admit To

Read more on this subject: Syria
News Story Source:, with Aaron Maté
After a decade of proxy warfare that empowered Al Qaeda and ISIS, the US is now occupying one-third of Syria and imposing crippling sanctions that are crushing Syria’s economy and preventing reconstruction.

While Gabbard has been vilified for her stance on Syria, many top White House officials – including Joe Biden himself – have already acknowledged the same facts that she has called out.

Aaron Mata plays clips of Biden and some of his most senior aides admitting to the horrific realities of the US dirty war on Syria, and argues that Gabbard only stands apart in being wiling to criticize it.

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Rolls Royce taxis the world’s fastest electric aircraft to-be

Read more on this subject: Transportation: Air Travel
News Story Source:, By Nick Lavars
These first taxi tests of what is designed to become the world’s fastest electric plane are an important early demonstration of its cutting edge propulsion systems, which the developers hope can offer a blueprint for not just planes but air taxis and other futuristic forms of urban mobility.

We first caught wind of the Spirit of Innovation plane back in 2019, when Rolls-Royce announced the concept along with its plans to top the previous speed record for an electric plane – 210 mph (338 km/h) set by Siemens in 2017. It is being built together with a number of partners as part of the Accelerating the Electrification of Flight program funded by the UK government, and will be powered by a battery pack of 6,000 cells, claimed to be the most energy-dense ever integrated into an aircraft.

The 500-hp (400 kW) all-electric powertrain is expected to one day propel the aircraft to speeds in excess of 300 mph (482 km/h) and claim a new record for electric flight in the process. As
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“Own Gold” – Dylan Grice Warns “Central Banks Are Going To Overcook The Economy”

Read more on this subject: Central Banks/Banking
News Story Source:, by Mark Dittli
«There are clear signs of excess», says the author of the monthly «Popular Delusions» report.

Still, Grice characterizes his current investment stance as reluctantly bullish: «Central banks will overcook the economy, everything is set for a few years of overstimulation in monetary and fiscal policy.»

This won’t end well, he adds, but until then the equity market boom could continue.

In an in-depth conversation with The Market NZZ, Grice explains how investors could navigate the current environment and where attractive investment opportunities still exist. Grice is particularly bullish on the uranium and oil & gas sectors.

Mr. Grice, in your latest Popular Delusions report, you call yourself «reluctantly bullish». Why?

I like to feel that if I’m underwriting risk, I’m getting well paid for it. And right now I don’t think that’s the case. It doesn’t really matter which segment of the market you loo
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