This is the treatment protocol we are using that is curing my dog’s cancer. We examine the onset, diagnosis, and the cancer treatment combination that is curing Simon of bone cancer.
In the late Spring of 2019, my wife noticed a small lump about the size of a grape on the ribcage of our German Shepard, Simon. We kept an eye on this and by July of 2019, it had grown to the size of a large egg. During this time, a growth on his paw had started as well. We scheduled an appointment with Simon’s vet, and He performed an examination and a needle biopsy. The results were not good, and the doctor suggested that it was malignant (cancer) and we scheduled surgery to remove the lumps.
The surgery to remove the tumor on his rib cage and foot was performed on August 16th, 2019. After the surgery, the doctor gave us the devastating news that the growth on his rib cage had entered the bone of Simon’s ribcage and he had removed as much as possible of the tumor, but the cancer was in his bone at this point.
The Cancer Diagnosis
The tumors were sent off for pathology and on August 22nd, 2019 the oncology report was back, and it was confirmed that our beloved Simon had cancer. We were told Simon had about three to four months to live and with chemotherapy and more surgery, he might live 9 to 12 months. Simon had just turned ten and we felt that chemo would be too hard on him, so we opted not to put him through the chemo. The doctor said as this progressed it would be very painful, and the pain would start in his legs. He said as the time grew closer that we could start palliative care to comfort him.
Prior to all this, Simon had torn an ACL in his back-left knee. He was limping and having a difficult time walking and getting up the stairs. This was sometime in 2018 and we started Simon on CBD oil to help with the swelling and pain he was having in his knee. In about two- or three weeks Simon was like a new dog and climbing up the stairs like a puppy!
I am giving you the background on CBD oil as I believe this is what helped to slow the progression of cancer after the removal of the tumors. After Simon’s diagnosis, we upped his CBD oil a little from 31.5 mg per day to 36 mg per day and added pycnogenol (a very strong antioxidant), vitamin C, and vitamin E to his food to hopefully slow down cancer.
As we approached the three-month time frame Simon was starting to lay low and was yelping occasionally when he stood up. My heart was breaking thinking about the pain my dog was about to go through and how he would suffer, and it would be up to me to decide when it was time to put him down.
The Search for a Cure
I’m just not ready to let go of him. I started searching the internet for anything that may help ease his pain or have a possibility of curing my dog’s cancer. On December 14, 2019, God dropped this in my lap! It was information about Fenbendezol, an over-the-counter animal de-wormer that has been used to cure cancer. Here is the information I was led to:
Joe Tippens’ Cancer Story
There is a man named Joe Tippens who lives in the United States and was preparing to move to Switzerland. It is September 1st, 2016. Joe has a stuffy nose along with some coughing and irritation in his chest and decided to go into a weekend ER clinic for a checkup before leaving for Switzerland. The ER doctor performed a chest x-ray and strongly urged Joe to get a CT scan before leaving for Switzerland.
Joe goes in for his CT Scan and they find a tumor the size of his fist in his lower left lung. After a biopsy, it is discovered that Joe has small-cell lung cancer, the worst possible kind of lung cancer. It was also discovered that the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes as well. In September of 2016, Joe seeks treatment with one of the best cancer centers in the world, MD Anderson in Houston, Texas.
They treat Joe with chemo and some other forms of radiation starting in September of 2016 and ending in November 2016. In a follow-up PET scan in January of 2017, Joe is given good news and bad news. The good news is that the “monster” tumor in his left lung is gone. The bad news is the cancer has metastasized and spread throughout his entire body. Joe has tumors everywhere. His PET scan lit up like a Christmas tree. Joe is told by MD Anderson that they can’t successfully treat him, and he has about three to four months to live. Joe is told to go home and hire hospice.
Fenbendazole: A Hopeful Cure for Simon’s Cancer
The very next day a friend of the family calls Joe after learning about his cancer. Joe’s friend is a large-animal veterinarian. He tells Joe about an animal cancer researcher working at Merck, who is doing a study of cancer in mice. She has injected several mice with all kinds of cancers. During her study all her mice get intestinal parasites. She treats all the mice with Fenbendazole, an over-the-counter (no prescription needed) de-wormer to eradicate the parasites. After the de-wormer treatment, she discovers that all the mice in her study no longer have cancer!
During this same timeframe, the woman doing the research is diagnosed with 4th stage Glioblastoma, a fast-growing brain tumor. It’s determined she is terminal. She decides to try Fenbendazole and it cures her of her cancer!
Joe decides to give this a try as he has nothing to lose since he is terminal. Joe starts taking the Fenbendazole along with CBD oil and some vitamins. During this timeframe, Joe is invited to participate in an immunotherapy study at MD Anderson. He accepts.
About three and half months later MD Anderson performs a PET scan and they are shocked that Joe is N.E.D. (no evidence of disease) he is free of cancer! Joe continues with follow-up visits to see if his cancer has returned, and it has not. During one of his follow-up visits, Joe asked the doctor how many people were in the study. The doctor tells him, 1100 people. Joe asked about the results and if there were any other survivors. The doctor informs him that he is the only one of the 1100 people that survived.
At this time, Joe tells the doctor about the Fenbendazole. I would say the odds of the trial drug given by MD Anderson curing Joe are about zero as all the other trial participants didn’t survive. It has been over three years since Joe was pronounced cancer-free and he is still cancer-free as of this writing! He continues to take the Fenbendazole prophylactically.
Joe has a blog about his experience and shares his story and what he did to cure his cancer. There are hundreds of people posting on Joe’s blog about Joe’s method of curing their cancers as well.
A word of caution: Fenbendazole may react with these drugs: Praziquantel and Dexamethasone.
USE CAUTION WHEN ADMINISTERING THIS DRUG TO PETS WITH LIVER DISEASE
DO NOT GIVE FENBENDAZOLE TO PREGNANT OR LACTATING PETS
Cancer Protocol for Simon
I am going to chronicle Simon’s battle with cancer, so please keep checking back for the results. We started Simon on Fenbendazole on December 15th, 2019. Simon is almost 11 years old and he weighs about 100 pounds. Here is the protocol we are using to treat Simon’s cancer:
- Fenbendazole: 250mg once daily (after he has eaten his breakfast) Merck SafeGuard 5pk
- CBD oil (organic full spectrum): 36mg daily – 12mg 3 times a day (morning, late afternoon, and before bed)
- Pycnogenol aka French Maritime Pine Bark Extract: (standardized to min 95% Proanthocyanidins) 150mg daily, mixed in with his breakfast.
- Vitamin C: 1000mg (mixed in with his breakfast)
- Vitamin E: 2-268mg capsules / total 800 IU (mixed in with his breakfast) *
- UPDATED ITEMS: Fenbendazole liquid for goats and Vitamin E Succinate:
- In place of the equine Fenbendazole above, we now give Simon Safe-guard Dewormer for Goats liquid suspension 10% at 2.5 cc or the equivalent of 250 mg per day. (This stuff tastes nasty so we add it to plain yogurt and he loves it).
- Vitamin E Succinate 2-330 mg capsules. We also reduced his original Vitamin E to one capsule per day.
- Vitamin D3 400 IU: 1 capsule per day.
These are the exact products we are using. We are very careful to take vitamins and supplements that have no harmful additives and chemicals.
*It’s important to know the role of Vitamine E in the absorption of Fenbendazole. Please read this White Paper about this. Also important is this study that was done on Fenbendazole and its effects on cancer.
Morning meal: 1 Cup The Honest Kitchen Human Grade Dehydrated Organic Grain Chicken Dog Food mixed with warm water and with 4 oz. additional boiled chicken.
Afternoon: 3 oz. chicken.
Evening meal: 4 oz. boiled chicken, a handful of chopped organic kale, 1/2 medium boiled or baked sweet potato, 1/4 cup organic blueberries, 1 tablespoon organic chia seeds, 1/2 cup warm water.
Snacks: 1 large carrot (He LOVES carrots!), several organic buckwheat crunchy bone treats – homemade.
Simon’s Road to Recovery
Since Simon was diagnosed with cancer, a hard lump appeared on his right flank and grew to about the size of a pecan. I fear this is a cancerous tumor. We are using this as an indicator of the efficacy of the Fenbendazole. December 15th, 2019, we started giving Simon Fenbendazole at a dose of 250mg daily. It is now December 29th, 2019 and the lump on Simons right flank has shrunk to the size of a large pea. This is very encouraging!
Curing My Dog’s Cancer
Simon does not seem to be in any pain and has a good appetite. Simon’s official diagnosis of cancer was given to us on August 22nd, 2019 and we were told he has three to four months to live. We are now past the four-month mark and he seems to be doing very well. It would appear that we started him on the Fenbendazole in time to cure him. Time will tell. We will keep this blog updated so keep checking back. Update to Curing My Dog’s Cancer.
God bless you,