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Fenbendazole combination treatment: successes with terminal cancer

plus vitamin E, bio-available curcumin, and CBD oil

by copyright © 2019 Healing Cancer Naturally

Businessman Joe Tippens had small cell lung cancer that had metastasised all over his body. After treatment with conventional chemotherapy and radiation he was handed a death sentence (three months to live) in early 2017.

Thanks to much research into alternative cancer treatments and a coincidence that led him to include the drug Fenbendazole in his self-treatment, he became a survivor.

Fenbendazole, Mebendazole and related drugs are anthelmintics, i.e. antiparasitic drugs that expel parasitic worms and other parasites living in the body. Fenbendazole is approved for treating a range of animals including cats and dogs, Mebendazole for use in humans.

A research paper from 2018 Fenbendazole acts as a moderate microtubule destabilizing agent and causes cancer cell death by modulating multiple cellular pathways showed this compound (sold at Amazon as Panacur Canine Dewormer[1]) to actually have anti-cancer properties.

Joe Tippens first learned about Fenbendazole's anticancer effects from a veterinarian friend. This friend told him about a scientist doing cancer research on mice who stumbled across a canine product (Fenbendazole) which killed many different types of cancer induced in mice in the laboratory.[2] When this scientist was herself diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and given three months to live, she started taking the dog medicine herself. In six weeks, her brain tumor was gone.

Since Joe Tippens had nothing to lose, it was a no-brainer for him to try Panacur himself. Every week, he took a dose of 1 gram per day (containing approximately 222 mg of Fenbendazole) for three consecutive days, followed by four days off, then repeated the cycle.

He decided to complement this approach with three supplements: full-spectrum vitamin E (containing four tocotrienols and tocopherols each), bio-available curcumin, and CBD oil.

Within three months, the formerly terminally ill patient was clear of all cancer and metastases and has remained so to this day. He continues to religiously stick to this protocol.

As he started spreading the news about his surprising DIY cancer cure[7], many positive and even sensational success stories came pouring in of cancer patients (including stage 4) who were healed or improved using the same protocol. These included

  • seven patients with terminal pancreatic cancer (given a very short time to live): five saw their tumors reduced and held "at bay" (without total elimination) which allowed them to live a normal life long after they were supposed to die. Two actually experienced total remission (NED - "no evidence of disease"), one after seven and the other after four months.
  • Three patients with terminal colorectal cancer: two were cancer-free after four months, one saw a 90% reduction after three months.
  • Two cases of metastasised prostate cancer: one with bone metastases was cancer-free after four months on the regime, the other who had stomach and liver metastases was declared NED after three months on the protocol.
  • Another patient with small cell lung cancer with widespread metastases also became cancer-free.
  • Esophageal cancer with liver metastases: this person treated him/herself with higher doses, starting with a double dose taken every day for a full three weeks, then halving to the recommended 222mg daily dose but still taking it seven days a week for a total of nine weeks: s/he became cancer-free.
  • Two patients with widely metastasised ("head to toe") terminal melanoma. One took seven months, the other eight months on the protocol to become cancer-free.
  • Terminal Ewing sarcoma with brain and spine metastases: jumpstarted the protocol by taking the fenbendazole nine days in a row, then alternated with three days on and four days off for fourteen weeks. Now cancer-free.
  • Triple negative breast cancer spread to lung, lymph nodes and brain. A brain MRI taken after ten weeks on the protocol was 100% clear, the other metastases had significantly shrunk.
  • Adenocarcinoma of the lung: after fourteen weeks no evidence of disease.
  • Terminal adrenocortical carcinoma spread to the liver: cancer-free after fourteen weeks.
  • and many others.

Joe Tippens of course "diluted" his Fenbendazole self-treatment with additional supplements - CBD oil by itself is a recognized alternative cancer treatment with successes under its belt, and vitamin E and curcumin both have many health and healing benefits. Such additions - including dietary upgrades - should only be able to enhance the anticancer effect of Fenbendazole.

Judging by the above-reported brain cancer success apparently using Fenbendazole alone and the quoted study that described Fenbendazole as a potential therapeutic agent with anti-neoplastic activity thanks to its effect on multiple cellular pathways resulting in the destruction of cancer cells, it would seem that this compound alone has powerful anti-cancer benefits.

On the other hand, an animal study (lymphoma in mice) found the addition of vitamins necessary to impede tumor growth. In this study, Fenbendazole alone did not have an inhibitory effect. The vitamin concoction used included B, D, K, E, and A.[3]

An in-vitro test applying vitamin E succinate and/or fenbendazole against prostate cancer cells found that fenbendazole inhibited proliferation but did so even better when combined with vitamin E succinate.[4]

More promising results with antiparasitic drugs against cancer

While the above-quoted successes in humans have been reached with Fenbendazole, studies are also looking into the anti-cancer effect of sister drugs such as Mebendazole.

For what it is worth, two animal studies showed fenbendazole and its sister drug Mebendazole to be of possible interest in treating brain cancer.[5]

Searching the medical database PubMed for "Mebendazole cancer", one finds papers such as Potential anti-cancer drugs commonly used for other indications, Repurposing Mebendazole as a Replacement for Vincristine for the Treatment of Brain Tumors, Mebendazole elicits a potent antitumor effect on human cancer cell lines both in vitro and in vivo, "Revisiting Non-Cancer Drugs for Cancer Therapy" (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26881712) and many others.

Another antihelminthic drug called Levamisole was used as an effective complementary treatment for colorectal carcinoma that normalized a depressed immune system.[6]

German version: Kombinationstherapie mit Fenbendazol: Sensationelle Heilerfolge bei Krebs im Endstadium.

Footnotes

1 This is an Amazon US affiliate link with an embedded partner code. You can support this nothing-to-sell site at no extra cost to you by shopping through its international Amazon partner links. See Support this site. The partner link to Amazon UK is Panacur at amazon.co.uk.

2 Please note that Healing Cancer Naturally generally opposes animal experimentation on both scientific and ethical grounds. See its section dedicated to this subject: Cancer Research, Toxicity Testing & Animal Experimentation: an Unholy Union?

3 Unexpected Antitumorigenic Effect of Fenbendazole when Combined with Supplementary Vitamins

4 Effects of fenbendazole and vitamin E succinate on the growth and survival of prostate cancer cells

5 Antiparasitic mebendazole shows survival benefit in 2 preclinical models of glioblastoma multiforme and Surprise Finding Yields a Possible Tumor-Fighting Drug

6 Levamisole in the adjuvant treatment of colon cancer

7 See www.mycancerstory.rocks.

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