Winning the Battle with Colon Cancer: An Alternative Way

Colorectal / colon cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women each year in the United States.

I know now why God showed me how to cure my dog Simon of cancer. It is all for His glory. He wanted me to trust in Him and not myself. I am sharing my protocol and DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PROTOCOL TO ANYONE. I am not a doctor and I am not giving anyone any medical advice. Talk with your doctor about your own course of treatment.


I had been putting off a colonoscopy for some time. I am 63 years old and should have had two colonoscopies by now. Don’t put this procedure off!

I was shocked at how quickly all of this lined up. In fact, it is unheard of.

  • April 12, 2023 – A routine colonoscopy was halted due to a blockage. A biopsy was taken
  • April 13th, 2023 – Met with the surgeon that was to perform a colon resection.
  • April 15, 2023 – CT scans performed verifying the location of the tumor in my colon. No other evidence of tumors or cancer was indicated in the CT scan.
  • April 26, 2023 – Colon resection surgery was performed and the section with the tumor and 19 nearby lymph nodes were sent for pathology.
  • May 1st, 2023 – The pathology report was back and confirmed I had stage 3b colorectal cancer.

I am sharing how quickly all of this happened as I believe it speaks to how quickly fenbendazole worked in curing my dog Simon which you can find chronicled on this blog site. Have faith as things can happen quickly to turn from bad to good!


In 2001, I had a growth on my left ear removed and sent off for a biopsy. The office called me with the results and the first words out of her mouth were, “It was cancer”! Total fear came over me when I heard those words. Then she told me they got all the cancer. It would have been nice if she started off with that information.

This time it was different for me; I had absolutely no fear of the possibility that I may have cancer. If it wasn’t for my experience with our dog Simon, I suppose I would be in total fear.

For me, it’s this simple: “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”


The moment I found out that I might have colon cancer I started taking fenbendazole. That was two weeks before the scheduled colon resection surgery. I was only able to take the fenbendazole for one week as I was told to take no vitamins or medication one week prior to surgery.

The surgery was on April 26, 2023, and the tumor that was removed was sent off for biopsy. The results were available on May 1st, 2023. They had removed a section of my colon which had the tumor along with 19 lymph nodes in the area of the tumor.

I was diagnosed with stage 3b colorectal cancer. On May 4th, 2023 I began part of my treatment protocol. I started taking 222 mg of fenbendazole twice daily with a fatty meal. I would slowly work my way into my complete protocol as I needed to give my colon some time to heal. On May 13th, 2023 I started taking 25 mg of Ivermectin daily for five days in a row. I did this as a loading dose then after I moved to 25 mg of Ivermectin once per week.


It took some time before I was able to see an oncologist. I believe this was slowed down for a reason as I was able to take a full month of fenbendazole prior to the CEA test.  It was May 26, 2023, a full month after my surgery. I chose a D.O. as I felt they were more about the patients’ needs than their own interests. When she read the results of the diagnosis, she recommended chemo every two weeks for six months.

I asked her if I could have some type of baseline test to know the current extent of the disease. She agreed and scheduled me for a CEA test the following Tuesday.

What is a CEA test? CEA stands for carcinoembryonic antigen. CEA is a test that shows tumor markers produced by protein. Tumor markers are substances that are often made by cancer cells or by normal cells in response to cancer.  I had researched the CEA test before asking for the test.

In my research, I found that it was not a good indicator as to the degree of cancer in a person’s body prior to chemo, but they used the test to track the results of chemo. This sounded ambiguous to me and I asked the oncologist about the test. Her response was that with colon cancer, it was a good indicator of the degree of cancer even before chemo. I did not tell the oncologist about my treatment protocol at that time.


I had the CEA test and full blood panel on May 30th, 2023. I got the results on May 31st. A reference range for non-smokers is 0.5-2.5 ng/ml (nanograms per milliliter.) My CEA was 0.6 ng/ml. That is very low and a good indicator of no tumors. My blood panel was all in the normal range and exhibited no elevated white blood cells.

When I met with my oncologist the second time to go over my CEA and blood work, she asked me if I had decided to take the recommended chemo treatment.  It was at the second meeting I told her about my dog Simon and the protocol I was taking, and I would not be taking the chemo. I then ask her if she would continue to monitor me and she responded in a very kind manner “Of course I will.” I tried to share with her Simon’s blog, but she said I would not change her mind about the treatment she recommended.


At the very first appointment with the oncologist, it was recommended that I take some very toxic drugs (in my opinion) to kill the cancer. One of these drugs is called Fluorouracil (5-FU, 5-fluorouracil.) I found a very recent (May of 2022) study on this drug.

In the study, it states that colorectal cancer cells can become resistant to 5-FU. They took the resistant cells and treated them with fenbendazole. The result was death to those cancer cells that had become resistant to the chemo drug Fluorouracil 5-FU. I felt it was very important as this is proof of the efficacy of fenbendazole, especially as it applies to colon cancer. Here is a link to the study: Anti-Cancer Effects of Fenbendazole On 5-FU Resistant Colorectal Cancer


I am sharing my protocol and DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PROTOCOL TO ANYONE. I am not a doctor and I am not giving anyone any medical advice. Talk with your doctor about your own course of treatment.

  • Fenbendazole – 222 mg twice daily with a fatty meal for better absorption.
  • Vitamin E Succinate – 800 mg once daily for better fenbendazole efficacy. (See the Study)
  • Ivermectin – 25 mg 5 days in a row as a loading dose then 25 mg once per week thereafter, taken with food.
  • Turmeric, golden paste form – 5 tsp 3 times daily. That equals 3000 mg curcumin daily.
  • CBD oil – 50 mg taken before bed.
  • Supplements – 1000 mg vitamin C, B complex, 5000 IU of D3, 120 mcg K2, 50 mg zinc, 600 mg French Maritime Pine Bark Extract, 150 mcg Potassium Iodide, 600 mg KSM-66 Ashwagandha, 3000 mg L-Citrulline, 500 mg quercetin, and 500 mg berberine (vitamins play a very important role in the efficacy of fenbendazole)

My Diet – No sugar, Low carb, low lectin, lots of cruciferous vegetables, All the vegetables I eat are organic where needed, avocado daily, (the only oils I use are organic extra virgin olive oil and pure avocado oil),   fermented cauliflower, 4 oz of radish and broccoli microgreens daily.

My proteins are pastured eggs, wild-caught salmon, pastured chicken, grass fed grass finished 80/20 hamburger meat, AND WHEN I DO DRINK MILK IT IS A2 ONLY. Braum’s sells A2 milk and butter. Their butter is not labeled A2 yet, but I spoke with a rep and was told their butter is solely from their A2 cows.

I eat absolutely no additives such as carrageenan (it’s used as a thickener in most dairy products), high fructose corn syrup, or maltodextrin (this is used in organic foods as a sweetener. It has a much higher glycemic index than sugar!) 

I have stopped eating smoked foods as I believe this may have been the cause of the colon cancer. I ate smoked meat five to six times a week. I don’t even grill as it is a likely cause of carcinogens. I enjoy cooking outdoors, so I purchased a griddle. You can cook anything on a griddle.

My diet is very important to my health and healing. If you look, you can find some people that have cured their physical maladies by diet alone. You are what you eat!


Fenbendazole studies:

Ivermectin studies:


I found much anecdotal evidence, of which I will link just two. The first link is Joe Tippins’s blog. This is the very blog that led me to fenbendazole and the cure for bone cancer that my German Shepherd, Simon had.

The second link is to a site where people were sharing their experiences with fenbendazole and its efficacy on various cancers. There are quite a few that had positive results using fenbendazole to cure colorectal cancer.


Before I started taking fenbendazole and ivermectin, I did my research. The study we have in our white paper section on the vitamin E succinate and fenbendazole states the mice in their study reached an LD-50 (that’s how much it takes to kill 50% of the test subjects) of 10,000 mg per kilogram. I am taking about 4.6 mg per kilogram. Joe Tippens has been taking 222 mg daily for more than five years without issue.

Some of the best information I have found on Ivermectin safety and dosing comes from the FLCCC Alliance website  I used the information on ivermectin and covid19 from the I-prevent protocol to establish a safe baseline on dosing.


My wife made a list of people we knew and know personally who had cancer and were treated with chemotherapy. Here are the results of the ten people:

  • Survived cancer and chemotherapy – Two people, one five-year-old male, and one 45-year-old female
  • Survived chemotherapy but died from the cancer – One person, a 72-year-old female
  • Died from the chemotherapy treatment – One 78-year-old female, One 75-year-old female, One 56-year-old female, One 54-year-old female, One 45-year-old male, One 48-year-old female who died from her last scheduled chemotherapy treatment, and One 70-year-old female who died from her last scheduled chemotherapy treatment.

The odds of me surviving chemotherapy are not good. 70% of the people I knew died from the chemotherapy.

DO NOT BASE YOUR DECISION ON WHETHER OR NOT TO TAKE CHEMOTHERAPY ON MY STATISTICS. I am not a doctor and I am not giving anyone any medical advice. Talk with your doctor about your own course of treatment.


Without this, I would be frozen in fear. What is “this”?

It’s that Jesus Christ died for me. Shedding His blood on the cross for me. He was buried and rose the third day defeating death for me and He’s coming back for me. He could have come down off that cross or called legions of angels at any time, but He chose to suffer immensely for everyone’s sin. Accept His free gift of eternal salvation. Believe in your heart what He did for you!

Because I believe in my heart WHAT Jesus did for me, I have the Holy Spirit and eternal salvation. So, it really doesn’t matter whether I win or lose this battle, because I’ve already won the most important battle ever, my eternal salvation in heaven with Jesus.  

*I will update this blog at the end of August when I have my next CEA test and again in September or October after I get an MRI.