Joe Tippens was diagnosed with cancer in 2016 and given three months to live. His story is one of hope and perseverance, but it didn’t take the traditional route of chemotherapy or immunotherapy to get him there. Instead, he took a chance with a regimen of canine dewormer pills that many would consider off-purpose medicine.
A chemistry major at the University of Oklahoma, Joe Tippens has always had a no-fear attitude and loved to try new things. So when he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, he decided to go against the advice of his doctors and tried fenbendazole (commonly known as Panacur C or Safe-Guard) with vitamin E, CBD oil and curcumin. This unique treatment is now known as the Joe Tippens Protocol and it is proving effective in treating a variety of cancers, including colorectal, liver, lung, pancreatic, melanoma, prostate and glioblastoma.
Through his anecdotal blog, Joe Tippens has shared over 100 success stories of cancer-free patients attributed to the fenbendazole treatment. He has also been featured in a number of media outlets, including Good Morning America and the New York Daily News. He is currently NED (no evidence of disease) and continues to share his progress on his website, Get Busy Living. More research is being conducted on the effectiveness of fenbendazole as more people are becoming aware of its potential to cure cancers. More studies will hopefully lead to better dosages and better protocols for use by patients with different types of cancer.