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An Oklahoma man who was once diagnosed with small-cell lung cancer and told hat he only had three months live claims he is now tumor-free thanks to a $5 deworming drug usually meant for dogs.
Joe Tippens was diagnosed with small-cell lung cancer in 2016. Despite undergoing treatment for the disease, by January of 2017, the cancer had spread to other organs, including his stomach, neck, pancreas and even his bones. The cancer was everywhere and doctors advised him to go home and say his goodbyes because he only had three months to live. When small-cell cancer spreads as wide as it had in his case, the chances of survival are around one percent. Tippens thought he was going to die, and with nothing left to lose, he was willing to try anything in hopes of a miracle, even a dog dewormer called fenbendazole.
The desperate cancer sufferer stumbled upon the bizarre treatment while browsing a forum of his alma mater, Oklahoma State University. The post that caught his eye read “If you have cancer or know someone who does, give me a shout”.
In September 2017, Joe went for yet another scan which again showed he was cancer-free. This time he told his doctor about the fenbendazole, but there was no way to prove that the deworming drug had cured him. He had also been taking vitamin E supplements, CBD and bioavailable curcumin, plus there was also the clinical trial the doctors suggested. The funny thing about that experimental drug was that out of the 1,100 patients on that clinical trial, Joe was the only one cleared of cancer.
originally posted by: wantsome
My mom has small cell lung cancer. If I recall correctly it's the worst form of lung cancer. There are only two stages before it spreads and after it spreads. Once it spreads your a goner. My mom had a 9 mm tumor and it didn't spread. She went through chemo and radiation and now she's cancer free. But from what I've heard of small cell once you get it it will come back. 99% of people that have had it don't survive past 5 years. Most people don't survive past 2 years. I went to the doctor recently and they found 3 small tumors in my lungs 4 mm. I'm worried I might have the early stages of small cell. I have to see a pulmonary expert soon. I'm only 42 years old.
Honestly I think the story is BS. I wouldn't have the nerve to try it.
Certain parasitic worms that can live inside the human body can also raise the risk of developing some kinds of cancer.
Parasitic worms cause cancer -- and could help cure it
But parasites are more likely to be the real thing driving you crazy or causing suffering during a full moon.
The gravitational pull on water balance in the kidneys causes a shift of movement or an “awakening,” making these little buggers more active during the full moon cycle, which then wreaks havoc on your intestinal health, digestion, and hormone balance. An overgrowth of gut bacteria and/or yeast such as Candida can also have similar effects during a full moon.
The reason cancer has been so hard to cure is because it is the body attacking itself.
In this study, the goal was to determine how many oocysts** of C. parvum would be needed to infect a mouse and cause cancer. Some mice were given only 1 oocyst; others were given from 10 to 100,000 oocysts. All mice developed parasitic infections followed by adenocarcinoma. Even mice which received 1 oocyst developed cancer within 45 days in the stomach or the intestine. The cancers were seen only in animals with evidence for parasitic infection.
CONCLUSION: The study confirmed the severe infectivity of C. parvum and the relationship between parasites and cancer. The authors point out that this relationship in mice could also exist in humans, when they are severely immune-compromised.
NOTE: *Dr. Hulda Clark, Canadian naturopath, wrote “The Cure for All Cancers,” about the relationship between parasites and cancer in 1993. Her books have been treated with a great deal of skepticism by the medical community. But, eventually, she has been shown to be correct in some of her ideas. She believed that the abundant isopropyl alcohol in our environments and bodies enables the dissolving of the tough capsule of the oocyst.
There has long been documentation of the relationship between cancer and parasites. There has, also, been a close relationship between liver flukes and liver cancer. There have been documented cases of parasites being found in the middle of breast tumors.
**Oocyst is a highly protected stage of the life cycle of a parasite, and is the form which is introduced into the human gastrointestinal tract. The organism is surrounded by a protective capsule that must be dissolved for the parasite to infect the host.
Despite undergoing treatment for the disease, by January of 2017, the cancer had spread to other organs, including his stomach, neck, pancreas and even his bones.