Fenbendazole Joe Tippens Protocol: A Simple Step-by-Step Guide

If you have been diagnosed with cancer, or have a loved one that is suffering from cancer, chances are you have heard about the Joe Tippens Cancer Protocol. The Fenbendazole Cancer Protocol has been gaining rapid interest over the past years following some fenbendazole advanced cancer success stories.

Joe Tippens founded the protocol after he was told a story about a scientist at Merck Animal Health that had been performing cancer research on mice. The research included injecting different types of cancers into different mice body parts. The scientists discovered, through trial and error, a product in their canine product line, fenbendazole, that was batting 1.000 in killing these different cancers in the mice. The scientist was later diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer and was given a grim prognosis of only three months to live. She decided to try the fenbendazole, and after six weeks, showed a clean scan.

Joe Tippens had been initially diagnosed with small cell lung cancer. The cancer later spread to his neck, right lung, stomach, liver, bladder, pancreas and tail bone. Like the scientist from Merk Animal Hospital, Joe was told he only had three months to live. In 2017, after hearing the story of the scientist who treated her cancer with a canine drug, Joe decided he was going to do the same. However, in addition to taking the fenbendazole, Joe added his own ingredients to the regimen (curcumin, CBD oil, and vitamin E), thus creating the Joe Tippens Cancer Protocol.

Disclaimer: We in no way endorse the Joe Tippens Cancer Protocol as a cure for cancer, and as always, you should consult your physician before starting any new medications or treatment plans.

What Is Fenbendazole?

According to Wikipedia, Fenbendazole is a broad spectrum anthelmintic used against gastrointestinal parasites including: giardia, roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, the tapeworm genus Taenia (but not effective against Dipylidium caninum, a common dog tapeworm), pinworms, aelurostrongylus, paragonimiasis, strongyles, and strongyloides that can be administered to sheep, cattle, horses, fish, dogs, cats, rabbits, most reptiles, freshwater shrimp tanks as planaria and hydra treatments, as well as seals.

Common brand names include 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.

Is fenbendazole a cancer cure scam? 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.”

Fenbendazole Protocol – A Simple Step-by-Step Guide

The Fenbendazole Joe Tippens protocol has been last updated on October 28, 2021.

According to Joe Tippens:

I have a significant announcement to make. Several months ago, I was introduced to a researcher who collaborates with other PHD’s, MD’s and researchers globally in the pharma and nutraceutical space.

They have developed some patented technologies that they apply to specific classes of plant extracts and botanicals that dramatically enhance delivery of those ingredients into the bloodstream at exponential levels.

Over the months we have met together, and I have performed extensive due diligence on what they can offer. We’ve discussed a 3-pathway approach and philosophy for cellular support through supplementation that I believe will complement fenbendazole greatly.

The Joe Tippens protocol involving fenbendazole is not solely centered around fenbendazole, as it incorporates three other significant components (below) known as Onco Adjunct Pathway 1, Onco Adjunct Pathway 2, and Onco Adjunct Pathway 3.
  1. Fenbendazole
  2. Onco Adjunct Pathway 1
  3. Onco Adjunct Pathway 2
  4. Onco Adjunct Pathway 3

1. Fenbendazole: One Packet a Day

Fenbendazole which has 222mg of Fenbendazole per gram: one packet of powder per day for seven days a week. It can be mixed with food such as yogurt or simply taken by itself.

It is advised to purchase Panacur C or Safeguard brands only, as both are regulated and have been consistent in third-party lab results.

Note if you are using liquid – most liquids are 100 mg/ml. You would take 2.2 ml of the liquid.
 
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2. Onco Adjunct Pathway 1: CBD, Frankincense and Nano C60 Carrier

Pathway 1: CBD Tincture: CBD has always been part of his protocol, but the new product will incorporate some important changes. 

As we have learned more about the potential benefits of hemp extracts we have discovered that the species of hemp, the methods of its extraction, the ratios of acidic forms of cannabinoids to non-acidic forms of cannabinoids all play a critical role in how well Hemp extracts can have on cancer outcomes.

In my research of Hemp extracts – Onco Adjunct Pathway 1 – product hits all of the important qualities for a hemp extract. First the product is cryoextracted, this preserves the terpenes and the non-decarboxylated cannabinoids. 

Second, this product uses a proprietary strain of cannabinoid that has actually been tested on cancer cell lines. 

And Third, they supplement the CBGa cannabinoid to standardize it up to 7mg per dose, something that I believe could be significant. 

Finally, they add in two other important ingredients, the first being Frankincense, an iconic material dating back to the biblical times and recently the topic of a ton of cancer research. The company’s work on Frankincense focused on a collaboration with Dr HK Lin, the iconic researcher who studied Frankincense as a supplement for cancer for more than a decade. Together they developed an approach that uses specific fractions of Frankincense that are the most beneficial, according to his research.
 
Finally, a Nano molecule carrier, C60 has evidence to show that it could help significantly with low dose chemotherapy, reducing the toxicity of chemo to healthy cells and increasing the toxicity to unhealthy cells.

The Onco Adjunct Pathway 1 is a unique combination of Cryo Extracted Hemp, with Middle Eastern frankincense essential oils and the Nano C60 carrier, all in one tincture.

Some people may wish to stay with the previously recommended Forgotten Trails CBD from Pharmacy Plus at mcadoorandy@gmail.com and they will continue to supply that as well.


3. Onco Adjunct Pathway 2: Curcumin and Quercetin

Curcumin has always been part of Joe Tippens protocol, but even the product that he has previously recommended, Theracurmin HP, simply does not tackle the problem of absorption into the blood stream.

You all know I have recommended Theracurmin for some time as being the best, most highly bioabsorbable Curcumin I had found. What I didn’t know about was Ultra Botanica’s LPS technology UltraCur (UltraCurcumin). Data shows better absorption above Theracurmin by at least 6X and their consumer experience proves this out. Their product by itself is a game changer in curcumin and I would have left it at that except the science behind Quercetin, an equally important polyphenolic compound as Curcumin also using their LPS technology to make it absorb into the body. 

Previously I had been reluctant to recommend Quercetin (also recommended by Jane McClelland and many others) as it had the same problem as Frankincense and Curcumin in absorption into the blood stream. Why take something that simply isn’t being utilized in the bloodstream? UB’s LPS technology solves that problem and they have added the convenience of taking them together with one product.

Specifically, Onco Adjunct Pathway 2 is a combination of 300 mg of Clinical Grade UltraCurcumin, 200 mg of Clinical grade UltraQuercetin and 100 mg of Frankincense powder.There is a lot I could share about the cellular pathways that Curcumin, Quercetin and Frankincense affect, I will leave that to another time.


4. Onco Adjunct Pathway 3: Berberine

None of you have heard me recommend Berberine up to this point, even though many researchers have recommended it. Much like Frankincense, Curcumin and Quercetin, Berberine also is not bio-available into the blood stream Something this company’s LPS technology solves. 

In evaluating the new curcumin and new hemp options I had the opportunity to take a fresh look at Berberine. As most people know, cancer cells are devourers of sugars / glucose in the body. In fact, cancer cells are glucose monsters. 

Jane McClelland and many cancer coaches strongly recommend starving your cancer cells by ketogenic diets, and Care Oncology recommends Metformin in its protocol for the same reason. For those of you that are serious about starving your cancer cells from glucose, adding in Pathway 3 to your regime could help. 

Berberine in its soluble LPS form modifies glucose metabolism in much the same way that Metformin modifies glucose metabolism. The scientists in India proved that Fenbendazole is effective in interrupting cancer cells’ability to metabolise sugars and I believe by adding in UltraBerberine as Onco-Adjunct Pathway 3 you further diminish the ability of cancer cells to devour glucose, weaking them and putting their survival at risk.


FAQs

Can fenbendazole be taken in tablet, liquid or powder?

Fenbendazole is available in tablets (Happy Healing Store), liquid (Safeguard) and powder (Panacur). There may be other formulations available, but those are the primary products that patients are using.


Is it safe for humans to take fenbendazole?

Since fenbendazole is a veterinary medicine, and is not licensed for human use and there is no specific human safety data available. The similar human forms of this class of medications, mebendazole and albendazole, have been used for parasitic infections for many years and have a good safety record. Fenbendazole has been reported to have a very low degree of toxicity and a high degree of safety in animal experiments. Do not follow the weight-dependent dosing (for dogs) that is given on the back of the packaging!

Related: Fenbendazole side effects in humans


Is fenbendazole toxic for the liver?

Although fenbendazole is generally well tolerated, there have been reports of elevated liver enzymes from the use of fenbendazole, as well as the human medications mebendazole and albendazole. 

I’ve found a Fenbendazole brand which is not made by Merck, is it ok?

There are a variety of opinions on which product is best, but no research exists that compares the effectiveness of various formulations in humans. Merck and Safeguard are well established companies whose products have been safety tested in animals and used by veterinarians for many years. 

Would the fenbendazole protocol work with conventional treatment? - chemotherapy?

Yes, fenbendazole has the potential to synergize with conventional treatments, and possibly enhance treatment response. Some aspects of the protocol, such as vitamin E and curcumin, may interfere with chemotherapy and radiation due to their anti-oxidant properties. 

Some people take it 3 day on 4 off, some 1 gram a day, some 2 or even 4 grams a day. What is the correct dosage?

Joe Tippens, who popularized the use of Fenbendazole for cancer, recommends 222 mg for three consecutive days, then four days off. There are many people who take larger doses, more frequently. Since Fenbendazole is not licensed for the treatment of cancer in humans, there is no correct dose that is supported by research, pharmacists or physicians. The dose you choose to take should be assessed based on your other medications and treatments, your type of cancer, prognosis, organ function and lab values.

How long do I need to be on this protocol?

This will be up to you based on your treatment response to the protocol. It is reported that Joe Tippens continues to use the protocol for prevention.

How do I know when it is time to dose up?

This is an individual decision based on treatment response, tolerance, other treatments/medications and lab values. 

Q&A Session with Joe Tippens (January 18, 2023)


What’s Joe Tippens doing in 2022 to stay cancer free?

One of the contributors from CancerDefeated.com met Joe in person and interviewed him in April 2022. Here’s what she discovered…

Joe’s scan was completely clear in early 2017. His scan in Feb. 2022 still shows no evidence of disease.

Since cancer is notorious for recurrences, Joe continues to follow his regimen for prevention… and plans to for the rest of his life. However, he recently revamped the rest of his entire cancer treatment protocol.

Joe has scaled back to three days a week on the FenBen, now that he’s been cancer-free for five years. He recommends staying on the seven-day fenbendazole protocol till you’re cancer-free for at least three years.

Based on his extensive research, he’s added things to his protocol. including Frankincense and berberine. All products are in a much more bioavailable form, too. He notes that getting absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream is a bigger problem than most people realize. His new protocol helps address this problem.

Joe spent much of 2021 collaborating with scientists and M.D.’s in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical space, to develop processes that dramatically improve nutrient delivery into the bloodstream at previously unheard-of levels.

Here’s the three-pronged approach he uses in 2022 (R):

1: Support healthy cell division. Joe consumes cryogenically extracted CEM™ Hemp. Getting the terpenes and cannabinoids from full-spectrum hemp is critical to gaining its best benefits. The product is now cryo-extracted to preserve these substances. It also includes Frankincense and a Nano MCT oil.

2: Support healthy cell life cycles and clearance of dead cells with curcumin. Curcumin was always part of Joe’s protocol. He previously used the most bioavailable curcumin product he could find. He cringes when he relates how much he was depending on a nutrient that’s so extremely challenging to absorb, while fighting a deadly disease. The new product he uses is light years ahead in terms of absorption – at least six times better – thanks to new technology.

3. Support optimal cellular glucose metabolism with berberine. Berberine is known for its effects on insulin resistance and the normalization of blood glucose levels. Since cancer cells use glucose to grow and spread, berberine helps starve those cancer cells. (Incidentally, he also recommends you strip sugar from your diet, but admits he’s poor at practicing what he preaches.)

All three of these nutritional products are available through a company called Ultra Botanica in their Onco-Adjunct line. Joe made it very clear that he makes no money from recommending any of these products, nor does he own any stock or other interest in the company. He simply thinks their products are the best now available for his protocol and he’s been recommending them since late in 2021.

Fenbendazole Enhancing Anti-Tumor Effect: A Kidney Cancer Case Series

Despite multiple anecdotal stories and news outlet reports for its efficacy in treating metastatic cancer, the clinical literature behind utilizing FBZ (fenbendazole) as a potential anti-neoplastic agent remains nonexistent. Existing scientific studies have primarily studied its mechanism of action through the use of animal models. In a study published in Clin Oncol Case Rep (2020), researchers from Stanford describe three cases where patients achieved complete responses, including two who experienced progression after multiple lines of therapy, when FBZ was used alone or in combination with standard therapies.

In summary, three patients with different primary genitourinary tumors who demonstrated complete response after receiving FBZ therapy. This raises the question of how effective FBZ can be as an anti-oncogenic agent and merits further investigation. 

According to the authors:

Prior studies have demonstrated cancer response to immune checkpoint inhibitors such as nivolumab as a third-line agent in mRCC (metastatic renal cell carcinoma). The duration of therapy was often much longer requiring a median therapy duration of 6 months with 24% overall response rate in third-line treatment. It is possible that our first patient with mRCC would have achieved a significant response to nivolumab alone without FBZ. However, given the complete radiologic response on only 1 month of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy, it also seems likely that FBZ played a notable role in inducing remission. This is supported by the fact that our patient has remained in extended remission while only on FBZ for nearly a year without further administration of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy.

Read More: Fenbendazole cancer success stories

Exceptional Repositioning of Dog Dewormer: Fenbendazole Fever

In a review paper, published in Current Issues in Molecular Biology 2022, the current evidence on the anticancer activity of Fenbendazole and the drawbacks of patient self-administration were summarized.

Find Integrative Oncologists in USA, Mexico, Europe or Asia

While the potential anti-cancer properties of fenbendazole are intriguing, it’s crucial to approach with caution.

Consulting with an integrative healthcare expert is key to crafting a Fenbendazole protocol tailored to your unique health requirements. 

To find integrative oncologists, check out "find integrative oncologists".


Notes and Disclaimers: 
  • Please do not consider this guide as personal medical advice, but as a recommendation for use by professional providers. Consult with your doctor and discuss with her/him. 
  • Our aim here isn't to replace your doctors' advice. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information. Do take note that most treatments are not 100% protective or curative against cancer. It's a continuous struggle between the immune system and the cancer cells. Cancer treatments are meant to assist the immune system in this battle.
  • Cancer treatment should be part of a multi-modal approach in order to provide the best possible outcome. Diet and lifestyle changes are meant to run alongside conventional treatment. They are complementary, not alternative. That said, there is no miracle diet or treatment that can cure all cancers.

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