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Fenbendazole Plus Supplements, A Cancer Cure?

Joe Tippens had nothing to lose and took a chance on an unlikely combination of natural supplements and a pharmaceutical drug for animals. It saved his life and more like him, and it may just save our cats and dogs from the cancer epidemic plaguing our pets today.

Fenbendazole (trade name Panacur), is an anthelminthic, veterinary medicine to expel worms, used primarily in dogs but also in cats and other mammals. When it is combined with CBD Oil, Turmeric, and Vitamin E, it has a reputation, both scientific and across the internet for dissolving cancers not only in cats and dogs, but also in humans!

How did this strange combination of an animal dewormer, CBD oil, Turmeric and Vitamin E get discovered?

A single study published in 2008, showed an incredibly powerful anti-cancer effect of Fenbendazole when combined with the nutrients. When this combination was administered to research animals, the researchers could not give lab animals any kind of cancers! Not SCC, not Lymphoma, not sarcomas, not any kind of cancer!

They published the results. (“Unexpected Antitumorigenic Effect of Fenbendazole when Combined with Supplementary Vitamins” in J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci. 2008 Nov; 47(6): 37–40. Published online 2008 Nov.) View study at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2687140/#

Researchers reported that Fenbendazole in combination CBD oil, Turmeric, and Vitamin E produced a huge increase in the activity of neutrophils, resulting in stopping the growth of cancer. There also was strong suppression of a protein that induces oxygen starvation in cancerous cells, forcing cancer cells to use sugar for energy rather than oxygen.

2017 Joe Tippens was given a death sentence and he was desperate.

With a death sentence of three weeks to live and medical bills pilling up, Mr. Tippens was ready to try anything, even a worm medicine for dogs and cats. After all his insurance company had already spent $1.2 million without any results and he had nothing to loose.

Fenbendazole plus supplements was a life-saver for Joe Tippens. He was told about the combination from a friend who is a veterinarian. His friend was seeing very good results treating cancer in cats and dogs with Fenbendazole, CBD, turmeric, and Vitamin E.

After only 3 months on the Fenbendazole protocol his cancer disappeared! Mr. Tippens is cancer free today and shares his miraculous story of coming back from the brink of death on his blog “My Cancer Story Rocks”.

Here’s the video report.

Tippens has direct communication with over 40 otherwise hopeless cancer cases who claim the Fenbendazole protocol saved their lives. His blog has had over 100,000 visitors.

So why didn’t the Fenbendazole protocol elicit any interest in the press, the medical community or the government?

While you and I know that implementing low-cost natural therapy seems to be just what thIs country needs. There is greater and more evil forces at work.

The medical industrial complex, the pharmaceutical companies, the medical colleges, and the medical workers are making trillions (not billions but trillions). Big money has vastly exaggerated their confirmation bias. They accept what confirms their beliefs and reject what undermines their beliefs.

Harvard Medical School’s Dr. Marcia Angell is the author of The Truth About the Drug Companies: How They Deceive Us and What to Do About It. But more to the point, she’s also the former Editor-in-Chief at the New England Journal of Medicine, arguably one of the most respected medical journals on earth. After reading her article in the New York Review of Books called Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption, one wonders if any medical journal on earth is worth anybody’s respect anymore.

Marcia Angela writes, “It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.”

Did you get that? The editor of the New England Journal of Medicine does not believe most of what passes for a scientific study!

The bogus, expensive and dangerous procedures of the medical industrial complex are spun as scientific truth and endlessly promoted among all those in line to profit from the cut, poison, and burn standard of cancer care. They do not want a cure! That would be bad for business. Or more to the point, they cannot see any benefit from safe, low cost, natural treatments even when it is completely obvious to the patients taking the treatment.

Cancer industry expert John Bailer has written, “Our whole cancer research in the past 20 years has been a total failure. More people over 30 are dying from cancer than ever before . . .”

The omission of natural remedies in the treatment of cancer is suspicious.

Over the last hundred year, there have been dozens maybe hundreds of safe substances and protocols that have shown some promise in slowing or reducing cancers in animals and humans. Why aren’t they at least offered alongside the highly toxic chemotherapeutic agents? There are so many natural, safe treatments for cancer, including PQQ, Turmeric, Budwig Diet, CBD, Vitamin C that one wonders why none are ever offered in any cancer treatment.

Linus Pauling, a Nobel prize winner in chemistry, is famous (or notorious depending on whom you listen to) for advocating high dose vitamin C for cancer. Linus Pauling has been ridiculed by the orthodoxy and praised by the holistic community. Choices come down to which authorities do you trust?

The oncologists call natural treatments false hope. Their warning of false hope just doesn’t add up. Any hope is hope. After all, the placebo effect is responsible for a large part of any recovery. False hope is their warning. False hope is a canard, a trick to dissuade patients from any hope except what the oncologist and drug companies are offering.

Instead, we have the oncologists and researchers discouraging patients from taking supplements, warning against vitamin C. Or just ignoring promising low-cost treatments like Fenbendazole and supplements. They claim the dietary changes and supplements would interfere with their highly toxic treatments.

If one is faced with death sentence from cancer for their animal, why not considering scientifically validated, natural treatments as a viable option?

What Does this mean for the future of cancer in cats and dogs?

It means we have some hope, 50% of dogs and cats are predicted to die from cancer by the age of ten, some holistic veterinarians are very hopeful about the Fenbendazole protocol. Talk with your vet today, they are geting on board because of the compelling scientific evidence and extremely low risk, since Fenbendazole has almost no toxicity. (However, there is a slight hepatotoxic effect. Patients with liver disease are advised not to use Fenbendazole.) 

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60 thoughts on “Fenbendazole Plus Supplements, A Cancer Cure?”

  1. I have had my cat, Stormy, on fenbendazole and Vitality Science since her diagnosis and surgery for mammary cancer 2 months ago. She eats an all wet diet now as well. The problem is, she will NOT eat her food with the Vitality Science protocol added, and I almost have to force-feed the food with the fenbendazole protocol in it. I have tried everything to “tempt” her. Any suggestions? Thank you so much!

    • Hello,

      Cats and some dogs can be very finicky. We know the various tricks to get them to eat what they reject. All our products have cat and dog friendly flavors. So, it is not the taste that they are rejecting. It is the fact that it is a new taste.

      One, try starting with just a pinch of the product.

      Two, see info below.

      Tricks To Get Very Finicky pets To Eat What They Do Not Like

      Sometimes the reason why cats will not eat anything is because they are in pain. DMSO in a roll on is a very safe and widely available product that will reduce pain and convince cats to eat.

      For very finicky animals, even when they will not touch our supplements, try Forti Flora or Proviable powder as a taste enhancer. They are both widely available probiotics (Amazon and many others) with a taste that is irresistible to most pets. The fact that they are also probiotics is regardless of their power to convince pets to eat whatever else is associated with them.

      Try using a little canned tuna or tuna juice.

      Try Kitty Kaviar (a fish extract available from Amazon)

      If you are only feeding dry, try mixing powders into coconut oil and putting on food.

      Mix some of any one or several of these products into their food along with our supplements. Experiment with amounts. Start with a tiny amount. Almost all cats and dogs find at least one of these products irresistible and will eat our products when mixed with these.

      If nothing else works, you are left with syringing. Mix a little liquid into the dry material to make a slurry. Wrap cats in towel. Dogs are usually easier to syringe. Carefully inject slurry into side of mouth so that the material is swallowed and not inhaled.

    • What are the doses and how many times a day do you give them the stuff? Completely don’t know actually what to do I have a small dog about 30lbs.

  2. I purchased a bottle of liquid Panacur (fenbendazole per ml) #67065 (50 ml). I was hoping to get pure fenbendazole. I have been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer and have thought about trying this for a cure. Is this Panacur liquid just fenbendazole liquified.

  3. Dear lela great article, however by mentioning vitamin e the normal supplemental variety you are misleading people. The type of vitamin e Joe tippens uses is full spectrum tocopherols and tocotrienols. As tippens protocol is a two part protocol being fenbendazole and full spectrum vit.e and not just the fenbendazole alone, both having anti cancer alone but not curative by either on their own. In the original 2008 study on mice was with fenbendazole and vitamins a,d,e,k and b no vit c. As mice make their own vit c. As do most animals. Vitamin e succinate has been known since the 1980s to have powerful effect on cancer, and yet when you go to the health food store or the supermarket to get your vit .e it is d alpha tocopherol which works differently than the succinate and the full spectrum variety. Every one must read by entering into Google, fenbendazole and cancer, vitamin e succinate and cancer, and full spectrum tocopherols and tocotrienols and cancer, read some of the many studies on all of them. In addition to the above vitamins Joe takes curcumin and cbd oil.

  4. What is the dosage protocol for fenbendazole use in treatment of cancer in cats? I know that the fenbendazole for goats is recommended for use in cats. I saw it connected to this article somewhere but cannot seem to locate it now. I’d like to know the amount of fenbendazole to use per pound of body weight and the amount of cbd oil, vitamin e and tumeric to be mixed with it. I understand that it is to be given 3 days on, 4 days off. Thank you.

    • Hi Shelia, We have discovered that just a few drops would be the dosage. It is a safe product. Although with that said we do not manufacture or sell fenbendazole, therefore, we do not have an exact dosage for you. If you need to have an exact dosage we recommend talking to your holistic vet for more specific instructions. Keep in mind that the Advanced Immune Gold (even without the fenbendazole) is excellent at combating a cancerous situation.

  5. I see that Panacur c comes in different strengths. How do I know what amount to take ? 1 gram, 2 grams? I am 5’10” an175 lbs.

  6. Hello, my Kelpie cross dog has a pancreatic tumor. She weighs 45 lbs.

    Can you please suggest a dosage/protocol for panacur for her?

    Thanks so much.

    • Hello, We are getting great results with the Panacur protocol.
      I just emailed you the information. If you do not see it, check your spam box.

  7. I have a great Pyrenees 112 pounds she has a rectal tumor and a couple other spots that have popped up .. I need help with dosing ..

  8. Is there a marketed product with Fenbendazole, CBD oil, turmeric and Vit E? The products above seem to be more aligned to brain cognitive needs.

  9. Hi, i noticed that you have emailed the panacur protocol to some folks whose animals have cancer. My cat has a fibrosarcoma. On her back and it has grown to such a size that it affects her walking. Surgery was not recommended several months ago due the fear of not getting all the margins. She has been on herbal protocols, such as the Vitality cancer kit, and has done ok since March but fights me now so i haven’t given it lately and she is not eating well. I have purchased fenbenzadole, ( I read somewhere that the Liquid for goats was recommended for cats), vitality’s cbd oil, vitamin E with tocopherals and tocotrients and tumeric, all in liquid form. I need some information on dosage with this protocol. I am trying everything to help her. Can you send me the protocol for a cat?

  10. I have a horse with a small cancerous growth ( currently the size of a marble). My vet said if it gets bigger we may have to cut it off. I’m not a fan of ignoring cancer , hoping if I ignore it it will go away. I’m interested in treating him with fenbendazole combined with vit E (all natural) cbd oil, turmeric. I’m not sure if amounts of each to give. He weighs aprox 1100 lbs. Concerned that there maybe cancer on his insides I can’t see. Any help would be appreciated.

    • Unfortunately, we do not work with a lot of horses but there are a lot of holistic vets that do. And, that are very aware of the benefits of Fenbendazole. I would recommend going to http://www.AHVMA.org and contacting a holistic vet that specializes in horses. Good Luck

  11. I think that there is a very good chance that any added benefit derived from CBD oil comes not from the CBD itself. Let me explain: fenbendazole is very poorly soluble in water but has very good solubility in oil. Hence I think that the CBD oil merely aids in its absorption. Any fatty substance we eat would do the same. Ice cream, a slice of pizza, a glass of whole milk, buttered toast. Save your money.

  12. I have a 36 pound dog that just had a mast cell tumor removed. It’s a grade 3 and I need to be vigilant about watching for new growths.

    How do I find out exactly what products to purchase and the dosing?

  13. Hi Stephen!
    Please email me the dosage and any other info you can about the additional supplements so that I can help my dog fight a tumor on her spleen. Thank you so much!

  14. Hi Steve!

    Please can I have more info on all the products. I have a 12lb dachshund with a tumor on her leg. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks!

  15. Hi- I have 2 sharpeis that were diagnosed with mast cell tumors in October. Given that we also have a curious, hands on toddler, prednisone and intralesional steroid injections are the only avenues of treatment that we have pursued. Neither dog is a candidate for surgery. One dog is responding and has one mast cell tumor on his foreleg that is softening and decreasing in size. The other dog is 50 lbs, has several mast cell tumors on her face, and 1 on her hind leg around the ankle and she is not responding to treatment so far. I just found out about a Panacure C today from a friend. I have read Joe Tippens blog and researched but have not been able to find specific protocol for the Panacure C and supplements as they relate to canines. Any information that you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  16. I have 13 pound chihuahua that was diagnosed with possible cancer,we can not afford the surgery and full diagnosis,but there is a large mass in her stomach,I have the Panacure C in the twenty pond size,I can divide it if needed,these are the granules ! may i have the protocol please,thank you !

  17. I have a 23lb terrier with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Can you give measurements for the protocol? Also worried about possible bleed out from the tumor. Do you suggest Yunnan Baiyao? If so, how often should I give that to my dog?

  18. Hello,
    I have a 11 y/o female cat that just in the past 6 months or so began making noises while breathing. A vet misdiagnosed her with heart problems a couple of months ago, she continued worsening, and what was my surprise, that a second vet last week found a mass somewhere in the trachea or thyroid in the x-rays that were taken two months ago -and ignored by the first vet-, and a new x-ray just revealed that such tumor has grown more than twice in these two months. This vet tells me that surgery in that area would be very complicated and recovery even worse for her well being, and also that there is a high chance that she even can’t survive the surgery or have many post surgical complications. He tells that the best choice would be to give her some symptom relief and quality of life because even though she is currently as happy and lively as she has always been, and she is eating well, she seems to have little time left since it will block her airways at some point. This vet injected her some long action cortisone to relieve inflammation, and it helped somewhat, but the mass will continue to grow. We don’t know if it is malignant, but more likely than not it is since it is growing so fast, but the vet doesn’t recommend biopsy, since if it is malignant, it could accelerate the process.
    Could you tell me what is the fenbendazole dosage for anti cancer treatment in cats? She weighs 3.3 kg. I want to try this on her, I already knew about this drug since a year ago, but I have this situation now and it seems a good choice. She has no other option left.

  19. God bless you for responding to all of us so worried about our sick pumpkins. I have a 35# corgi with a solid tumor on his trachea. Possible mast cell tumor. What is the panacur dosage and what type of panacur is best, And what is the other supplements recommended. Thanks so much for your help.

  20. I have a Doberman with cancer can you please me the dosage of fenbendazole and also vit e.
    She is already on cbd oil 3000mg
    3 x drops 3 times a day
    Thank you so much

  21. Thank you for helping so many pets. I have a 9 and 1/2 pound cat with a mass on her throat and eye which was removed once. It has come back with vengeance. She is not giving up and neither am I. Please can you send me the fenbedazole, turmeric, vitamins E and CBD oil protocol. God bless you! [email protected]

  22. I have a dog with fibroscarcoma I have pretty tried about everything but this protocol. My dog weighs 48 pounds what would be the appropriate does of each of the 3 treatments. Thank you

  23. Thanks so much for helping helping we love our pets. We have a 15 lb pappyon and poodle mix. In need of help, please send info thanks

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