Winning the Battle with Colon Cancer: Fenbendazole and Test Results


I had a blood test on 8/29/2023 and got the results on 8/31. My CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen) which is a cancer test had gone up from .06 to 1.3. Although being in the normal range (.05-2.5), it was going up and this concerned my wife and me. There was also a slight increase going above the normal range for my RDW (Red Cell Distribution Width) The reference range for RDW is (10.5 – 14.5), and mine was 14.6. Here is what that indicates:

A high RDW result can also be a sign of other conditions, such as:

  • Chronic liver disease
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney disease
  • Cancer, especially colorectal cancer

The only other issue was that my BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) was out of range. The normal range is 7-18; mine was 19. This could indicate the possibility of kidney disease.

Being concerned about my test results, I contacted the oncologist’s office. I was assured that my blood work was good and of no concern as my CEA was in the normal range CEA results do fluctuate. If I had cancerous tumors, the readings would be well outside of the normal range. 


On 9/11/2023 I had a CT scan. It took until 9/19 before I had the results. There are so many people with cancer that the radiology departments are overwhelmed. This is heartbreaking.

The results from the CT scan were not heartbreaking! I HAVE NO EVIDENCE OF CANCER IN MY BODY!  By all indications, my protocol seems to be working.


I met with my oncologist on 9/19/2023. We discussed my test results and some of the results of genetic testing I had opted into. A section of the tumor that was removed from my body was sent in for genetic testing. Part of their findings was that I had a p53 gene that was not functioning normally.

Upon doing some research, I found that this is a trait in 50% of cancer patients. I feel that I should address this subject as the correct functioning of the p53 gene is one of the roles addressed by fenbendazole when used to treat cancer. Here is a snippet I previously posted from one of the scientific studies on fenbendazole discussing the p53 gene and its role in treating cancer. FZ is short for fenbendazole:

“(FZ) exhibits a moderate microtubule depolymerizing activity towards human cancer cells, but possesses a potent antitumor effect as evident from in vitro and in vivo experiments. Our results indicate that FZ exerts its antitumor effect through the disruption of microtubule dynamics, p53 activation, and the modulation of genes involved in multiple cellular pathways. FZ treatment also resulted in reduced glucose uptake in cancer cells due to down regulation of GLUT transporters and key glycolytic enzymes.”


I had several options for the fenbendazole I am taking. The first was Panacure C, the one Joe Tippens took to cure his cancer. The second one is Safe-Guard dewormer for goats, the one that was used to cure our German Shephard Simon of cancer. And the one I’m currently taking, Fenben Lab fenbendazole, 99% pure fenbendazole in capsule form. This is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility and every batch is third-party lab tested for purity. They ship all over the world and have five warehouses to ship from in the United States.

If you look you can always find one bad review on any product. The preponderance of the reviews on Fenben Lab are favorable. For me, the results speak for themselves.

I am blessed as none of what I have been doing to treat the cancer is by me, only by Jesus! I give Him all the glory! I have another CEA and blood test on December 19th, I will post the results. My next CT scan won’t be until late March of 2024.