How Joe Tippens starved his cancer using a cheap dog pill
Dec 03, 2019
This suggests that a simple dewormer for dogs seems to have helped Joe Tippens get rid of cancer in early 2017. Here is his story:
In January 2017, Joe Tippens was certain that he would die of small cell lung cancer.
But then a veterinarian suggested he try something unconventional, to say the least: a drug for dogs.
The medication, fenbendazole, is an anti-worm compound used to treat hookworms, roundworms and other gut parasites in animals, primarily dogs.
In recent years, studies suggesting anti-worm drugs might have cancer-fighting properties have been cropping up in a growing number of journals.
It's far from a proven treatment, but with three months to live and nothing to lose, Joe decided to take a chance on it….
Joe, who was 'a skeleton with skin hanging off of it' at half his previous weight, he told KOCO 5 News, placed an order of fenbendazole.
His new dosage of dog pills cost just $5 a week. His insurance company had spent '$1.2 million on me with traditional means,' he said.
According to a study published in Nature, the drug compound essentially starves cancer cells and kills them….
In September 2017, Joe went for yet another scan, and was still cancer free. At last he told his doctor what he'd been doing outside the hospital….
Joe's final scan was taken in January of 2018, and when he had a follow-up appointment that April, he writes that his oncologist kicked him out of the cancer center - because Joe had no cancer to treat.
His results seem too-good-to-be true, but Joe claims to have collected over 40 examples of similar success stories.