A possible explanation for my vision recovery, the neurologic repair ability of fenbendazole re: axons. Might help with autoimmune issues also.
Fenbendazole improves pathological and functional recovery
following traumatic spinal cord injury
Chen Guang Yu1,2,*, Ranjana Singh1,2, Carolyn Crowdus1,2, Kashif Raza1, Jeanie Kincer3,
and James W. Geddes1,2
Although earlier studies indicated that fenbendazole had minimal effects on the murine
immune response (Reiss et al., 1987, Cray et al., 2008), more recent findings demonstrate
that fenbendazole suppresses B cell activation (Landin et al., 2009) and alters the onset and
disease severity of murine experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (Ramp et al., 2010).
Autoantibodies produced following CNS injury contribute to axonal degeneration and
neurological dysfunction, such as locomotor disability (Ankeny et al., 2009, Ankeny and
Popovich, 2010, Lucin et al., 2007, Lucin et al., 2009, Zhang and Popovich, 2011, Zhang et
Quick update, 15 days fenbendazole at 900mg active, changed to liquid suspension form from dry granules.
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