The Joe Tippens fenbendazole protocol is gaining interest in the cancer community following several fenbendazole success stories. It’s a cancer treatment that has been in use for years in dogs to kill parasites such as hookworm, roundworm and tapeworm (Taenia) but it’s now showing great promise against certain types of cancer as well.
The PGA Tour pro Joe Tippens was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer and given three months to live. He turned to a veterinarian friend who suggested he try using a dog dewormer, fenbendazole, with some additional supplements. Within a few months, the cancer was pushed into remission by this simple treatment. Since then, many other people have found similar results using a fenbendazole cancer protocol.
Known as Panacur C, fenbendazole is a broad-spectrum anthelmintic drug that has been safely used in pets for decades. It’s in the family of drugs called benzimidazole carbamate anthelmintics, and it belongs to a group of three that includes albendazole, metronidazole and mebendazole. It’s also part of a larger group of anti-wormers known as the benzimidazole family.
It works by blocking the action of a key enzyme, GSH-SH. This is how cancer cells get their nutrients, and when it’s blocked, the cellular structure is disrupted and the cancer cell dies. Fenbendazole also interrupts the cellular ability to process sugar, which is another way it stops the growth of cancer cells. It also boosts the production of a gene called p53 that keeps cancer cells in check.
Another way fenbendazole helps is by killing off parasites that might be causing the body to produce an excess of inflammatory molecules that fuel tumor growth. Lastly, fenbendazole may be able to increase the effectiveness of other treatments like chemotherapy and radiation.
A combination of fenbendazole and other natural therapies has been dubbed the “Joe Tippens Cancer Protocol” after the PGA Tour player who successfully fought his own cancer with it. The protocol is built around a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids and turmeric, which are both known to help fight cancer. Adding a variety of other supplements is recommended as well, including probiotics, vitamin D and zinc. Another important addition is CBD oil, which can help reduce inflammation in the body that’s often a result of chemotherapy and radiation. It’s also been found that the fenbendazole cancer protocol can be used in conjunction with other medications, such as taxol and 2DG, to further suppress tumor growth. fenbendazole 222mg capsules for humans