Fenbendazole for Cancer: Review 2022

What Is Fenbendazole?

Fenbendazole (also called fenben) is a benzimidazole, a class of microtubule-destabilizing agents. It is a medication used to treat parasites and worms (roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and some tapeworms) in animals (common brand names are Pancur, Panacur C and Safe-Guard). However, it is also being used by humans in a cancer treatment method known as the Joe Tippens Protocol.

One study suggests that fenbendazole has “been safely utilized as an anti-parasitic for various different animal species and could be repurposed for treating human malignancies.” Other benzimidazoles, including albendazole, parbendazole, mebendazole and flubendazole have already been shown to have promising results in humans

Another study states that the “repurposing of veterinary drugs showing promising results for human use can result in considerable time and cost reduction required to develop new drugs.”

Is Joe Tippens, My Cancer Story Rocks, and Fenbendazole Fame Still Alive?

According to Conners Clinic (2021 update):

You may recall the story of Joe Tippens and his amazing recovery from lung cancer using the dog de-wormer drug Fenbendazole, by recommendation from his veterinarian friend. You can read his story over at MyCancerStory.rocks.

Many people have been wondering and asking if Mr. Tippens is still alive in 2021. While I understand the sentiment, it is interesting to consider. First of all, yes, Joe Tippens is still alive after following his Fenbendazole/Curcumin/Vitamin E/CBD protocol. But, I wonder, what if he wasn’t?

The fact of the matter is, many people would point and say, “You see? Fenbendazole and all that natural, holistic treatment for cancer (even though Fenben is a drug) doesn’t actually work!”

But let’s be real for a minute. What was Joe Tippens’ prognosis? Initially, it was “what you have can’t be cured.” Even after doing chemo and radiation, his cancer had metastasized all over his body.

So, even if the Fenben treatment didn’t work long-term, the fact that it had any efficacious properties would be completely overlooked by modern science. And that’s a shame.

Is Fenbendazole Safe For Humans With Cancer?

While little research has been done on the effects of fenbendazole and human consumption, studies have shown that the medication is typically tolerated well by humans, and thus far, has not reported any major side effects. While we can’t state that fenbendazole is safe for humans, the research appears promising.

According to a 2018 study, Fenbendazole (methyl N-(6-phenylsulfanyl-1H-benzimidazol-2-yl) carbamate) is a broad-spectrum benzimidazole anthelminthic approved for use in numerous animal species. Repurposing of veterinary drugs showing promising results for human use can result in considerable time and cost reduction required to develop new drugs. Fenbendazole is known to have a high safety margin and most species tolerate it very well. It has very low degree of toxicity and high degree of safety in experimental animals.

Another study also discussed the potential side effects of using fenbendazole in humans. “Based on limited human data it appears that doses up to 500 mg per person did not result in adverse effects,” the study states. “Moreover, single doses up to 2,000 mg per person were reported to cause no adverse effects.”

Fenbendazole For Cancer In Humans

This study revealed when testing cancer cell lines against the off-label drug, “the group supplemented with both vitamins and fenbendazole exhibited significant inhibition of tumor growth.” 

Another study suggested, “it caused mitochondrial translocation of p53 and effectively inhibited glucose uptake, expression of GLUT transporters as well as hexokinase (HK II) – a key glycolytic enzyme that most cancer cells thrive on.” 

While I’ve discovered positive studies, there are others that show no benefits of Fenbendazole, so we must take a balanced approach.

Joe Tippens Protocol Dosages


- Fenbendazole: 222 mg per day seven days a week with food.
- Curcumin: 600 mg (2 pills per day) of bio-available curcumin 7 days a week.
- CBD oil: 25 mg sublingually (under the tongue) seven days a week.
- Vitamin E (optional): 400-800mg per day, seven days a week.


Best Fenbendazole For Humans

1. Panacur-C for Cancer



How To Use Panacur C for Cancer

It can be taken as a single dose in the morning, with or without food. 

It may be best to place the powdered substance directly in your mouth and chase it down with a flavored drink such as cranberry juice as it does not dissolve well in any liquids. You could also try to mix it into a smoothie, greens drink, or something else. 

Panacur C for Cancer Dosage

One box of three packets will last a week on the beginning dose since you take one packet per day for three straight days and then take FOUR DAYS OFF. Example: Take the Fenbendazole only on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday each week. 

Those with later-stage cancers may choose to take 2-3 packets per day and take no days off!

Do not follow the weight-dependent dosing (for dogs) that is given on the back of the packaging! 


While little research has been done on the effects of fenbendazole and human consumption, studies have shown that the medication is typically tolerated well by humans, and thus far, has not reported any major side effects. While we can’t state that fenbendazole is safe for humans, the research appears promising.

Fenbendazole is a benzimidazole used to treat cancer as part of the Joe Tippens Protocol
According to a 2018 study, Fenbendazole (methyl N-(6-phenylsulfanyl-1H-benzimidazol-2-yl) carbamate) is a broad-spectrum benzimidazole anthelminthic approved for use in numerous animal species. Repurposing of veterinary drugs showing promising results for human use can result in considerable time and cost reduction required to develop new drugs. Fenbendazole is known to have a high safety margin and most species tolerate it very well. It has very low degree of toxicity and high degree of safety in experimental animals.

Another study also discussed the potential side effects of using fenbendazole in humans. “Based on limited human data it appears that doses up to 500 mg per person did not result in adverse effects,” the study states. “Moreover, single doses up to 2,000 mg per person were reported to cause no adverse effects.”


2. Safe-Guard Dewormer for Cancer



How To Use Fenbendazole for Cancer

It can be taken as a single dose in the morning, with or without food. 

It may be best to place the powdered substance directly in your mouth and chase it down with a flavored drink such as cranberry juice as it does not dissolve well in any liquids. You could also try to mix it into a smoothie, greens drink, or something else. 

Fenbendazole for Cancer Dosage

One box of three packets will last a week on the beginning dose since you take one packet per day for three straight days and then take FOUR DAYS OFF. Example: Take the Fenbendazole only on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday each week. 

Those with later-stage cancers may choose to take 2-3 packets per day and take no days off!

Do not follow the weight-dependent dosing (for dogs) that is given on the back of the packaging!





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