Q: Is DCA successful in treating SCLC (small cell lung cancer)? Wayne A: Dear Wayne, thank you for your email. We have heard reports about people that successfully stopped SCLC (small cell lung cancer) progression with the help of DCA. One of them is in remission till this day and is still taking Sodium dichloroacetate for prophylaxis. However, as you have probably heard, SCLC is a really aggressive cancer and it needs the best measures to fight this disease. This means that DCA alone could still not be enough. If you haven't received a lot of nerve damaging chemotherapy and do not suffer from current peripheral neuropathy, you can consider trying DCA alone or alongside other cancer treatments. Just please don't stop your current health checkups by your doctor and follow his advice. A recent study has shown that DCA works well in combination with fenbendazole. (Ref.) There is also a growing community, which uses fenbendazole alongside conventional or alternative therapy to treat their cancer. Fenbendazole can sometimes do wonders when treating lung cancer. Give it a try. We advise you to try DCA in combination with fenbendazole for the best result. You can find more information on DCA usage here: DCA information. More information on fenbendazole and its potential therapeutic benefits for oncological diseases can be found here: https://www.fenbendazole.org/. The rest of the information can be found on google by using the keywords ‘‘fenbendazole cancer“. Hope this information helps.