It is often the case that people diagnosed with malignant diseases are left alone with tons of questions and uncertainty. We believe that it is helpful to see how other people cope with similar problems. Many times one can borrow valuable advice as well as gain knowledge on what to expect.
Read uplifting personal reports from people affected by cancer and the ways they’ve found to deal with difficulties in their journey.
Keep in mind that these are mostly positive stories. Commonly, we don’t hear reports from people that are in serious condition – they are often too sick and too busy fighting.
Hopefully these authentic records will be valuable to the community. All personal information is blurred for privacy reasons. If somehow your post ended up in this collection of inspiring stories and you wish the report not to appear in public, please contact us and we will remove it as soon as possible.
Below you can find listed stories on various types of cancer.
- Adrenal cancer
- Bladder cancer
- Bone cancer
- Brain cancer
- Breast cancer
- Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
- Colorectal cancer
- Endometrial cancer
- Esophageal cancer
- Gallbladder cancer
- Head and neck cancer
- Lung cancer
- Myelofibrosis cancer
- Non-Hodgkin‘s lymphoma
- Ovarian cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Renal cancer
- Throat and tongue cancer
- Unclassified cancer
Note: we encourage you to contact a medical professional before making swift decisions related to your state of health and treatment. The information published in this portal is designated to be educational and to provide help for those who are in need to learn more about complimentary treatment options for their condition. This is not a substitute for professional medical advice.
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Hello all! I would like to know who has had success with taking fenbendazole for prostate cancer. My husband has been taking 1/2 tsp daily for over a month with the exception of a week due to him being sick in the hospital. Please help. The doctor wants to do a full proctectomy but has to wait til next year due to him being sick. He also wants him to take pills/injection due inhibit testosterone production.
I used it for Gleason 9 prostate cancer 2 years ago. I’ve been cancer free for a year now and getting back into cardio!! I still take a teaspoon every other month.
Cured my mom of her breast cancer. She took fenbendazole the second time, and after 5 months she didn’t have it anymore.
My dad used it and it gave him 5 extra years. He was given 6 months after being diagnosed with lymphoma. He was approached and asked if he wanted to try it. The doctors couldn’t believe his 2nd and 3rd PET scans. He followed Joe Tippen’s protocol.
God bless each and every one of you!!! Cancer is so awful.
Anyone have success with bladder cancer?
I was given less than 1 year to live by 2 oncologists at 2 different medical centers. My wife went on line and found out about dog worming medicine. In 4 months tumors in my lungs were gone.
My mother was diagnosed with brain cancer back in April. Doctors told her there’s no hope that they can cure it; they can only prolong her life for a year. My husband told me recently of Joe Tippens story and showed me the TikTok video. Really hoping this is the answer to our prayers. What brand of Fenbendazole did you take? I want be sure we get the right one.
I’ve been doing it for 2 months, no side effects.
I just found out that the results of my last cancer test came out negative; if you’ve ever been tested for cancer, you understand the feeling of relief that comes with it. All glory goes to God for giving me the knowledge to take the correct medicine for my treatment, which was fenbendazole. Praise Jesus!
My husband is starting this today. He has lung cancer being in remission for 8 years. He has tried 3 different hormone therapies and is now on chemo with no real change in his cancer.
I have the results of my scan and I’m free! I still can’t believe it – it hasn’t sunk in yet.
I have been taking it for about 6 weeks so far, I’m also doing chemo every other week.
My husband has lung cancer. I’m scared this might be his last year with me and our daughters. Hopefully fenbendazole will work!
I have been taking fenbendazole now for over two years as directed by Joe Tippens. I’m happy to say with the help of the Heavenly Father the cancer is gone. No signs of cancer at appointment yesterday.
When I was 23 years old, I was experiencing exhaustion, night sweats, difficulty eating, blocked sinuses, and a cough. I went to the doctor’s several times, but they only prescribed steroids and antibiotics. After three or four months, I had a chest CT scan which showed nodes near my mediastinal area. It turned out to be stage three diffused large B-cell lymphoma, which had caused tumors to form in my neck, mediastinal area, and abdomen. The largest tumor was eight by eleven cm. I didn’t want to undergo chemo or radiation, so as an alternative I had to try the fenbendazole protocol as of this moment I’m in remission.
I was diagnosed with my third breast cancer when my friend introduced me to the Joe Tippens Protocol and ivermectin. I started using them immediately, but one week later, my oncologist prescribed me with Faslodex, Kisqali, and Femara too. She allowed me to continue the JTP and ivermectin alongside the medications. After eight weeks, the CA2729 showed that I was in remission. Eleven weeks later, my PET scan revealed that I was completely cancer-free. I was amazed by the results!
On June 11th, 2022, I received news that I had stage 4 colon cancer that had spread to my liver, and that it was incurable. During a colonoscopy, the cancer was so severe that the camera couldn’t go further than a certain point. Two months later, I had blockages that required resection surgery, which caused me to lose a lot of weight and become very scared. That’s when I started the Joe Tippens Protocol.
Now, time has passed, and my colon cancer is gone. My last four blood tests have been perfect, and my oncologist is so happy that they have arranged for me to have a CT scan in the next few weeks. It was still hard to see myself in that situation, but I truly believe that the Joe Tippens Protocol helped save my life. I’m grateful to be alive and blessed for each day.
At the start of 2021, I was identified as having stage three kidney cancer, with a stomach cancer diagnosis coming a few months later.
I didn’t have any interest in radiation therapy or chemotherapy given their possible unwanted side effects. I initiated a course of fenbendazole for six months and eventually received the amazing news that I am totally cancer-free!
In 2020, I was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in my kidney and abdomen and follicular lymphoma. My doctor said I might have only six months left, but I chose a natural way of healing instead of treatment. Last year was tough for me, and there was a time when I was scared that I wouldn’t make it. However, my condition started to get better after I used several techniques. I took fenbendazole regularly and followed the protocol. I started with a 150mg dose and gradually increased it over four months. When I reached 600mg, I experienced some symptoms and was unsure if it was the right thing to do. Nonetheless, I continued to increase the dosage moderately and took breaks from the medication for a few days.
In the last four weeks, the puffiness in my face has reduced, and I no longer feel any pain in my eye. The lymph nodes are no longer visible either. My hard work and trust in this regimen has paid off, and although there is still a long way to go, I’m more motivated than ever to keep going. I give credit to the fenbendazole protocol. Let me encourage everyone: don’t lose faith!
In 2019, I received a diagnosis of stage 4 HCC liver cancer, and the doctors gave me less than two years to live. However, radiation and immunotherapy didn’t help me. My family researched and discovered the fenbendazole protocol, and I chose to try it as a last resort. I took 2000mg of fenbendazole every day and went for chemotherapy the next year to deal with five tumors, of which only one was found. After an MRI scan, the doctor said there was no cancer left, just some scar tissue and mild inflammation. I’m confident that fenbendazole saved my life, and it’s an incredibly emotional experience.
I was diagnosed with low-grade lymphoma in my neck and chest. Instead of taking chemotherapy, I used the Fenbendazole protocol, which I didn’t tell my doctors about because they might not believe it could work. After a year, a biopsy and PET scan showed that the lymphoma had vanished, which surprised the doctors. I believe that Fenbendazole helped me recover, so to keep the cancer from coming back, I continue taking the drug once a week at a low dose. It was challenging, but through faith and making lifestyle changes, I was able to achieve a positive outcome.