joe tippens protocol
Joe Tippens was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer in 2016 and was told he only had three months to live. He was part of a clinical trial at the time and he believes fenbendazole, a drug usually given to dogs to treat parasites like roundworms, hookworms and whipworms, may have saved his life. In addition to fenbendazole, his current protocol includes curcumin and CBD oil.
In his video, Joe says he found out about this treatment when a scientist from Merck Animal Health, who had been performing research on mice by injecting them with different types of cancers, discovered that one of the drugs in their canine product line was batting 1.000 in killing all of the cancers they tested it on. Joe decided to try fenbendazole in combination with the other ingredients in order to create the “Joe Tippens Cancer Protocol.”
Fenbendazole (FZ) is known for disrupting microtubules and interfering with cellular growth, as well as stabilizing p53. It also inhibits cell division and prevents the formation of blood vessels that tumors need to grow. It is the primary ingredient in the joe tippens protocol and is often sold as a dog dewormer under the brand names Panacur and Safeguard.
Those who use the protocol say it is effective for treating a wide variety of cancers, including colorectal, colon, lung and pancreatic, as well as melanoma and lymphoma. It has been reported that it has helped people with glioblastoma, a brain tumor, and even HIV/AIDS. joe tippens protocol