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Old 06-30-2021, 01:58 AM   #1
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Default Anyone used fenbendazole (Dog dewormer) for human cancer?

I have been told by an acquaintance that her husband had cancer and was given 4 months to live. He started taking Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer (Fenbendazole) and is still kicking with no sign of cancer after 5 years.

I have also read multiple stories on the interweb of others who believe they beat the C stuff after taking it. Joe Tippens, from Edmund Ok, is the most publicized.

I just wonder if any TBHer has, or is aware of anyone who has, taken Fenbenzadole.

I am not asking about Ivermectin, just Fenbendazole.
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Old 06-30-2021, 02:16 AM   #2
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Joe Tippens’ story:

https://www.koco.com/article/edmond-...ancer/27276538

Click on the link and then “Show transcript.” The video is also worth watching.

Tippens is not just some country yahoo. He is a successful venture capitalist.

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Old 06-30-2021, 03:06 AM   #3
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This is the first I have heard of this. Just here to learn. I would be 110% trying anything I could if I were given a diagnosis of cancer.
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Old 06-30-2021, 03:11 AM   #4
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Have not heard of this but am intrigued.
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Old 06-30-2021, 03:29 AM   #5
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Here’s an article regarding an abstract related to the use of fenbenzadole (and other agents) as a viable cytotoxin against metastatic prostate cancer cells. This also includes links to similar articles and abstracts of same topic.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33738243/
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Old 06-30-2021, 03:41 AM   #6
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I hope it works, wouldn't that be something. Hope you find your answers
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Old 06-30-2021, 04:27 AM   #7
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I heard about that last year by an owner of a feed store. That is where I get my penicillin and ampicillin, Ivermectin.
Sorry to say but Cancer is big business and chemo is rarely a solution.
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Old 06-30-2021, 05:22 AM   #8
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My wife's Aunt had stage 4 cancer and was given 6 months to live. Someone from Church suggested it and she started taking it. This was 2.5-3 years ago and as of her last check-up 2 months ago there is absolutely no sign of cancer in her body.
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Old 06-30-2021, 06:33 AM   #9
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Following, thanks for the info!
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Old 06-30-2021, 06:34 AM   #10
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Just freaking wow.................................
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My best friend was diagnosed with Stage 4 renal cancer last August. 46yrs old, great shape. He has been take non traditional meds for the past year along with his chemo and immunotherapy at MDA. I know this med was mentioned, Iíll confirm if it is what he is still taking. The change in him over the last year is amazing in a good way. I 100% believe there are cures for cancer out there but big pharma will never let it come out. You kind of have to go research and find it on your own.


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Old 06-30-2021, 07:02 AM   #12
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I had a friend in Kansas that had stage 4 Small Cell Lung cancer. It went away and he did nothing more than putting his affairs in order. This was 30 years ago and they still study him and his case to this day.
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:14 AM   #13
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:17 AM   #15
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I had a friend in Kansas that had stage 4 Small Cell Lung cancer. It went away and he did nothing more than putting his affairs in order. This was 30 years ago and they still study him and his case to this day.
It went away because of what?
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My wife's Aunt had stage 4 cancer and was given 6 months to live. Someone from Church suggested it and she started taking it. This was 2.5-3 years ago and as of her last check-up 2 months ago there is absolutely no sign of cancer in her body.
any suggested dosage ??
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:19 AM   #17
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So much irony.
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:24 AM   #18
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I’m skeptical but open minded.
Is this an otc drug or prescription?
If it’s not dangerous to humans I’d try it before it gets banned.
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:43 AM   #19
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Iím skeptical but open minded.
Is this an otc drug or prescription?
If itís not dangerous to humans Iíd try it before it gets banned.
^ me too
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:53 AM   #20
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When this COVID started I was trying to find Ivermectin (which makes Heartguard) and the man at the feed store told me he was out. Then went on to say that one of his customers that had been treating his self for pancreatic cancer couldn't find any Ivermectin for his treatment. So there may be something to it???
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Interesting. My brother in law was told the docs have done everything they could at the normal cancer center. So he went to Envita in Arizona. Think that’s the name. CRAZY expensive out of pocket. He’s still there but getting good progress. I’ll ask him if he looked into it. He was desperate for anything. Can’t imagine.
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Old 06-30-2021, 07:57 AM   #22
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any suggested dosage ??
Let me ask my mother in law. I know she has the list of what and how much she was taking.
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Old 06-30-2021, 08:06 AM   #24
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It went away because of what?
Don't know. That's why he is studied to this day.
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Don't know. That's why he is studied to this day.
AhhhÖthatís crazy and great for him.
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Randy,

Joe's story is currently making the rounds on SM...I think it surfaced because of all the ivermectin / covid chatter.
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I have been seeing this going around a bunch lately and Joe Tippin tells a story about a lady that was injecting mice with cancer for research and when the mice came down with a worms/parasite she gave them Fenbendazole. I believe the time frame was 2 weeks and when the lady checked, the cancer was gone. Joe states he did 3000 hours of his own research and decided to try it when he had his cancer. 12 weeks is what he said it took as well as adding a couple other items to his routine and says he was cleared of it.. They have a cure for everything, they just dont want to lose the business/money.
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https://www.mycancerstory.rocks/?fbc...MHwRCbQf6K6Td0
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So much irony.
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I have been told by an acquaintance that her husband had cancer and was given 4 months to live. He started taking Safe-Guard Canine Dewormer (Fenbendazole) and is still kicking with no sign of cancer after 5 years.

I have also read multiple stories on the interweb of others who believe they beat the C stuff after taking it. Joe Tippens, from Edmund Ok, is the most publicized.

I just wonder if any TBHer has, or is aware of anyone who has, taken Fenbenzadole.

I am not asking about Ivermectin, just Fenbendazole.
My buddy Torrey (who I believe you offered prayers for a couple years ago), had a fried egg sized tumor taken off his brain in November '19. It had become "intertwined" in his brain, so 100% removal was not achieveable. They gave him 6-8 months without heavy chemo/radiation, which he refused to do (no wife/kids). He's been taking Fenbendale, Dr Pepper, and THC, and got his best scan yet, earlier this month. Goes back in 6 months.
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Something similar to this post. I woke up this morning with a email from Amazon saying my subscription for NAC is canceled and Amazon will no longer sell the vitamin. I thought, WTH. Called NOW and was told the FDA is making a push to make it a prescription drug instead of OTC. Ive been taking this for 10 years and a 3 month supply is $14. Its been OTH since 1963! All of a sudden it needs to be prescription because it reduces damage from Covid Spike Protein? Get real.

https://uncoverdc.com/2021/05/17/eff...upplement-nac/
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Tina has been reading a lot about a hospital in Mexico, that was chased out of the US by big pharma, that cures cancer with Vitamin C infusions and a pure vegetable diet. It involves a lot of cold pressed juices and salads. A lot of people have gone there as a last resort and been cured.

I do believe that there is a cure out there.
I also believe that there is so much money to be made from cancer treatments, that we may never see the cure.

I hope one day soon, someone blows the lid off this thing and exposes the truth.

I do not doubt that fenbendazole could cure cancer. I really hope there is substance to this story.
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Something similar to this post. I woke up this morning with a email from Amazon saying my subscription for NAC is canceled and Amazon will no longer sell the vitamin. I thought, WTH. Called NOW and was told the FDA is making a push to make it a prescription drug instead of OTC. Ive been taking this for 10 years and a 3 month supply is $14. Its been OTH since 1963! All of a sudden it needs to be prescription because it reduces damage from Covid Spike Protein? Get real.

https://uncoverdc.com/2021/05/17/eff...upplement-nac/
What is the specific vitamin?
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Maddox:
Jarrow Formulas N-A-C Sustain, Supports Liver and Lung Function, 600 mg, 100 Sustain tabs
Was it this one?
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Very interesting. I was just reading about the positive research surrounding ivermectin as a possible cancer treatment. Will have to read the research out on fenbendazole. Thanks!
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Tina has been reading a lot about a hospital in Mexico, that was chased out of the US by big pharma, that cures cancer with Vitamin C infusions and a pure vegetable diet. It involves a lot of cold pressed juices and salads. A lot of people have gone there as a last resort and been cured.

I do believe that there is a cure out there.
I also believe that there is so much money to be made from cancer treatments, that we may never see the cure.

I hope one day soon, someone blows the lid off this thing and exposes the truth.

I do not doubt that fenbendazole could cure cancer. I really hope there is substance to this story.
Yep, they been doing it down there for yrs with real results .
I suspect more people die from modern medicine protocol (chemo/radiation) than cancer.
Look at how many they let die from covid, using "modern medicine ".
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Maddox:
Jarrow Formulas N-A-C Sustain, Supports Liver and Lung Function, 600 mg, 100 Sustain tabs
Was it this one?
No, it was NOW 1000mg 120 pills.

But if you search NAC on Amazon you will see they pulled all brands.
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I know of 2 people who are taking it for cancer and have had very positive results thus far.

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One of my aunts passed away with cancer several years ago and my dad got cancer around the same time. I was looking into all of this stuff back then and had read lots of stories online about it. One man givin a month or two to live and heís here 4-5 years later... The same with covid. Lots of friends and family sick with covid last year took dewormer and were better in about two days. Read a story last year about either Taiwan or Thailand and thatís what they were primarily treating people with.

Another interesting theory that seems to work often (even people with stage 4 cancer) is a starvation diet. I have a friend whoís mom did this and cured a very large cancerous tumor on her kidney after MD Anderson gave her 3 months to live!! Basically water and strict vegetable juice and she was completely cured in 8 months. That was about 10 years ago.

I looked into some of this stuff online and found a dr who had been all over the world studying different cancer treatments and his theory is that chemo makes you sick and you donít want to eat, so you slowly starve to death, but the chemo makes you sick as a dog at the same time.. which everyone on here has probably known someone that this has happened to. This doesnít allow your body to combat anything and the treatments end up killing you off before the cancer does.. So cancer thrives off of sugar. And the nutritionists during treatments will give everyone milk shakes and Gatorade!! ***!!

But, if youíre just starving your body, it will eat anything extra in it, starting with fat then any extra stuff and muscle and you can do it just by diet. There are places in Mexico that have cured lots of women from breast cancer by basically locking the woman up in a cell and giving her nothing but water for up to 3 weeks at a time and normally the tumors are withered away. This is basically what my friends mom did. I also have a friend whoís grandmother did the strict juicing diet for 10-12 years before passing away after givin a couple months to live by MD!!! Another old man I know has been alive for the past 15 years after getting the cancer caused by agent Orange with no treatments at all. They told him the treatments had been worse on others then the cancer itself.

Obviously Iím not certain but I think that chemo and radiation sometimes just chases the cancer to another area of the body. Not saying it doesnít work at all because people are definitely cured at times, but Im sure everyone has known people who are cleared of cancer only for it to come up somewhere else in the body a year or two later.


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Tina has been reading a lot about a hospital in Mexico, that was chased out of the US by big pharma, that cures cancer with Vitamin C infusions and a pure vegetable diet. It involves a lot of cold pressed juices and salads. A lot of people have gone there as a last resort and been cured.

I do believe that there is a cure out there.
I also believe that there is so much money to be made from cancer treatments, that we may never see the cure.

I hope one day soon, someone blows the lid off this thing and exposes the truth.

I do not doubt that fenbendazole could cure cancer. I really hope there is substance to this story.

YES!!


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Old 06-30-2021, 10:37 AM   #43
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Hereís an article regarding an abstract related to the use of fenbenzadole (and other agents) as a viable cytotoxin against metastatic prostate cancer cells. This also includes links to similar articles and abstracts of same topic.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33738243/
Interesting artlcle!


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3580766/

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com...le24793200.ece


Mebendazole also has some possible cancer killing usage:

https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news..._fighting_drug
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Randy, my wife works at ACU in the College of Business. A finance professor there is Joe Tippen's nephew. Joe's brother is/was an English professor. From what they've said, Joe's story of success using this treatment for his cancer is credible.
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My best friend was diagnosed with Stage 4 renal cancer last August. 46yrs old, great shape. He has been take non traditional meds for the past year along with his chemo and immunotherapy at MDA. I know this med was mentioned, Iíll confirm if it is what he is still taking. The change in him over the last year is amazing in a good way. I 100% believe there are cures for cancer out there but big pharma will never let it come out. You kind of have to go research and find it on your own.


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These trials are what I am interested in to KNOW that Febendazole has actualy rid the body of cancer. I have read a number of testimonials from people who have actually killed the cancer, and that is what I want to read. Of course it could always come back, but that is still better than the cancer being there thew whole time and showing on MRI's.
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Interesting. My brother in law was told the docs have done everything they could at the normal cancer center. So he went to Envita in Arizona. Think thatís the name. CRAZY expensive out of pocket. Heís still there but getting good progress. Iíll ask him if he looked into it. He was desperate for anything. Canít imagine.
Please find out what he is taking. Thanks!
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My wife's Aunt had stage 4 cancer and was given 6 months to live. Someone from Church suggested it and she started taking it. This was 2.5-3 years ago and as of her last check-up 2 months ago there is absolutely no sign of cancer in her body.
That's just crazy and wow!
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My buddy Torrey (who I believe you offered prayers for a couple years ago), had a fried egg sized tumor taken off his brain in November '19. It had become "intertwined" in his brain, so 100% removal was not achieveable. They gave him 6-8 months without heavy chemo/radiation, which he refused to do (no wife/kids). He's been taking Fenbendale, Dr Pepper, and THC, and got his best scan yet, earlier this month. Goes back in 6 months.
Joe Tippens took a regimen of Fenbendazole, Vitamin E, Cucurmin, and CBD. He believes the Fenbendazole should be taken with Vitamin E, and I assume the other two also.
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Randy,

I didn't check all your links, but there was one interview / article I saw where Joe was taking it with a variety of other supplements to round out his concoction.

Personally, I would not hesitate to try these alternative treatments vs the various conventional chemo / radiation. I'm in the camp there is a preventative / cure already out there, but as the saying goes:

'A patient cured is a patient lost'.
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