Skip to comments.Edmond man says cheap drug for dogs cured his cancer
Posted on 04/26/2019 6:58:03 PM PDT by aMorePerfectUnion
When you tell someone a medicine for dogs cured your cancer, you better be ready for some skeptics, but Joe Tippens says it saved his life, and the lives of others.
Now, even cancer researchers are open to the possibility it might be true.
"My stomach, my neck, my liver, my pancreas, my bladder, my bones -- it was everywhere," Tippens said.
Tippens said he was told to go home, call hospice and say his goodbyes two years ago.
The doctors were unanimous, he was going to die of small cell lung cancer.
"Once that kind of cancer goes that far afield, the odds of survival are less than 1 percent, and median life expectancy is three months," Tippens said.
Tippens said he went from 220 pounds to 110.
"I was a skeleton with skin hanging off of it," he said. "It was difficult."
But that was January of 2017. Today, Tippens is very much alive and what he credits for his survival has doctors scratching their heads, and the rest of us raising eyebrows.
"About half the people think I'm just crazy," he said. "And about half the people want to know more and dig deeper."
Tippens said he received a tip from a veterinarian, of all people. And in his desperation, he turned from people medicine to dog medicine.
Specifically, something you give your dog when it has worms.
"The truth is stranger than fiction, you know?" Tippens said, laughing.
Just three months later, Tippens says, his cancer was gone...
(Excerpt) Read more at msn.com ...
More at link
A bit more I found...
A Drug Made for Animals and Taken by Humans to Treat Cancer: Fenbendazole
From anti-worms to anti-cancer
This is the blog of the man, telling his whole story...
If true, then someone has got to put a stop to this, think of the jobs lost in the cancer industry.
Unexpected Antitumorigenic Effect of Fenbendazole when Combined ...
Fenbendazole as a Potential Anticancer Drug - NCBI
Thank you very much for this article. My husband’s ex-wife was just diagnosed with lung cancer, as well as my daughter’s fiance, with a different type of cancer.
Thanks for posting! Bookmarked
marked for later
Color me skeptical, but anything is worth a try...
The cynical side of me agrees. It’s big business.
If one were to jump to a simplistic conclusion, assuming this is true, it would be that cancer is parasitic in nature.
Down side is, he subsequently died while chasing cars.
That is one heck of a story! Many thanks. How this guy beat cancer with the veterinarian grade de-wormer plus some some vitamins and supplements PLUS a positive attitude. I am saving that page to my gmail in case I ever need it.
What an amazing story. As a stage four cancer sufferer, I pay attention to stuff like this.
Thanks for posting!
I remember giving Panacur to my cat when she had worms. Interesting.
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