The story of how Joe Tippens, an average man from a small town in Oklahoma, beat his incurable cancer using the dog dewormer fenbendazole and other supplements is a remarkable one. His story is a great example of medicine being moved back into the hands of the people.
When Joe was diagnosed with a late stage, terminal lung cancer in 2016, it turned his life upside down. He was told that the cancer had spread to his liver, pancreas, stomach, and bones and he had only three months left to live. Rather than accept this news, he decided to look for alternative treatments. He found a website that said fenbendazole had cured an individual with brain cancer. He decided to try it.
He started taking fenbendazole and a few other supplements like CBD, bioavailable curcumin, and vitamin E. He called it his Joe Tippens protocol. Then he shared it with the world through his website and anecdotal blog. Since then, he claims to have helped over 100 other otherwise hopeless cancer patients.
Joe’s protocol consists of 222 mg of fenbendazole per day, seven days a week with food. He also recommends vitamin D, curcumin, and a bioavailable form of Vitamin E called Tocotrienols. Tocotrienols are a powerful form of vitamin E that is more effective than the tocopherol form that you can get in most grocery stores. The protocol has been skewed by claims of miracle cures, but the anecdotal evidence of a lot of cancer patients is hard to ignore.