Joe Tippens was diagnosed with small-cell lung cancer and the disease spread to his neck, right lung, stomach, liver, bladder, pancreas, and tail bone. He was given three months to live by doctors. But he turned his prognosis around with an unconventional treatment — dog dewormer.
Fenbendazole is commonly used for worms, roundworms, whipworms, and tapeworms in dogs (Pancur or Safe-Guard) but it has also been shown to have anticancer effects in humans. It is believed to inhibit the growth of tumors by disrupting microtubules, stabilizing p53, and interfering with glucose metabolism in cancer cells.
After hearing about the story of a scientist who had cured her stage four brain cancer with the canine drug, Joe Tippens decided to give it a try. He started taking fenbendazole with CBD oil and curcumin, creating what became known as the Joe Tippens Protocol.
The treatment he used has drawn skepticism from some but it also has cancer patients flocking to his method. Many are posting their stories online.
As a result, the protocol has spread worldwide. Thousands of people have read, listened to, and followed it since Joe’s success. In 2021, he announced that he was still NED and cancer free. He continued to document his journey on his blog, Get Busy Living, and in a closed Facebook group, My Cancer Story Rocks. He has also documented dozens of other success stories. Joe is an inspiration to those with terminal illness and a voice for those who feel mistreated by the healthcare system. joe tippens protocol