Following a Moroccan TV report on the use of camel urine as a cure for cancer, Moroccan oncologist Dr. Tashjin Said rejected the claims, saying that “camel urine is urine” and not meant for human consumption. A camel farmer interviewed in the report, which aired on February 6, recommended drinking up to a liter of camel urine to fight cancer and other abdominal diseases. Dr. Said Bencheqroun, Head of the Society for Support of Children with Cancer, also rejected the claims as “illogical and unacceptable.”