Editor’s comment: This is not a story of luck. Scientists have already reported on science.com that Fenbendazole can cause deaths of cancer cells through multiple pathways.
An American man takes a dog medicine known as fenbendazole and gets rid of his cancer. It costs him only 5 dollars a week.
The British “Daily Mail” reported on the 26th that a man from the United States was suffering from advanced cancer. Just three months left for him to live, he met a veterinarian who suggested him to try a dog medicine. Taking fenbendazole, he actually miraculously recovered from his cancer.
Joe Tippens was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer in 2016. Just as he was preparing to move from Oklahoma to Switzerland, his cancer had spread to the liver, pancreas, bladder, stomach, neck and bones. The doctor said that his cancer is in advanced stage and his survival odds cannot be higher than one percent.
In order to see the unborn grandson, Joe begged doctors to extend his life as much as possible. Doctor at the Texas Cancer Center told him that they would not give up Joe and try to keep him alive for a year.
Later, in an unexpected opportunity, Joe met a veterinarian online, and he suggested that Joe try some unconventional methods: using dog medicine fenbendazole to treat cancer. This is an anti-helminth compound used to treat hookworms, mites and other intestinal parasites in dogs. Its basic principle is to let cancer cells starve and eventually die. (This is a false explanation.) The toxicity of this drug is not very strong, especially compared to chemotherapy.
Once a scientist had the same advanced cancer as Joe did. She started taking the drug fenbendazole. Six weeks later, the cancer cells in her body disappeared. At present, more and more journals mention that anti-helminth drugs may have anti-cancer properties (why is it that antihelminth drugs can kill cancers? Some studies indicate cancer cells are actually microbes! They can be bacteria, fungi and parasites. Although it has not been confirmed by the medical community, for Joe, who has only three months of life, nothing can’t be tried.
The veterinarian who knew the secret and died recently unexpectedly gave Joe the same drug fenbendazole, which cost only $5 a week, knowing that the insurance company gave Joe a $1.2 million to treat his cancers.
Joe did not tell his doctor about the treatment, nor did he specifically disclose his prescription. After that, he went to the hospital for a scan, and the doctor was surprised to find that all the shadows on his body had disappeared. A few months later, he went to hospital for a follow-up. The doctor said that the cancer cells had all disappeared, and at that time, Joe told him everything.
The doctor said that there is no evidence that the drug fenbendazole directly affects Joe’s cancer, and Joe is a special case of luck. Currently, there are about 40 patients in the world who have been completely cured by this drug like Joe. But the doctor did mention some drugs that are intended to treat microbial infections can be used to treat cancer.
“I am not a doctor, I have no professional ability to treat cancer for people, but at least my story can encourage people who have similar experiences with me,” Joe said.
Could fenbendazole be your next wonder anticancer treatment?