The Oklahoma grandfather who claims a $7 dog medicine cured him of ‘head-to-toe’ cancer is still tumor free two years after doctors gave him three months to live. He credits fenbendazole (the cheap, over-the-counter pet dewormer) as the key component of his protocol.
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Fenbendazole: The Joe Tippens Protocol
After being diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer, a man named Joe Tippens began searching for natural treatments that could extend his life. One day, he stumbled upon a story about a scientist at Merck Animal Health who had been testing different kinds of cancers in mice. The scientists found that one product in their canine product line, a dog dewormer called fenbendazole, was batting 1.000 at killing all of the different cancers they put it against.
The 78-year-old businessman decided to try it himself and started taking 222 mg of fenbendazole per day (1 gram of Panacur C), seven days a week. He also added curcumin and vitamin E to his daily regimen. He says he is still tumor-free to this day and he is proud of his success. He also reveals that he has heard from thousands of people around the world who say they have beaten their own cancer with this same protocol. joe tippens protocol