Ernest Best claims he was diagnosed with “Stage 4 highly-aggressive plasmacytoid carcinoma cancer” of the bladder, with 6 months to live and that there was nothing they could do for him.
“They told to me go home and die,” he says.
So he quit his job and did some research on the claims of Joe Tippens from Edmond, Oklahoma, who’d learned from veterinarians about the dog de-wormer, fenbendazole.
Ernest says he watched more of Tippens’ videos and did more research and then he went to the tractor supply and bought $250 worth of Safeguard dog de-wormer, which is also available in human dosage on Amazon, where you can buy 90 pills for $129.
He says he started with one 444mg pill in the morning and one at night and later switched to two packages daily of the Fenbendazole marketed as a dog de-wormer.
He says he “passed the tumor” and he’s since had CAT scans and PET scans and exploratory procedures and that he’s now cancer-free and the doctors can’t explain it and they are calling it a “miracle”.
In 2014, a team of researchers at Johns Hopkins was trying to grow tumors in laboratory mice and they failed with one group. The reason, they discovered, was because that group of mice had been de-wormed with an anti-parasitic drug, which they then learned had been reported to have anti-cancer activity.
Fenbendazole is an anti-parasitic drug used to de-worm pets and livestock that is widely available without a prescription that could be a valuable anti-cancer drug because it interferes with glucose metabolism. The main source of fuel for cancer cells is sugar and when researchers in 2008 had tested Fenbendazole combined with vitamins, tumor size significantly decreased compared to other controlled groups.
Fenbendazole has been found to block sugar uptake in cancer cells and to kill cancer cells (i.e., induce apoptosis).
Joe Tippens had 4th stage lung cancer that had metastasized all over his body and he was given 3 months to live. After following this protocol for 3 months he was, instead cured of cancer:
- 1 gram granules (3 days on, 4 days off) of canine drug ‘Panacur C’, which contains 222mg of fenbendazole
- Vitamin E Succinate (800IU daily)
- Curcumin (600mg daily)
- CBD oil (25mg per day)
Clif High also claims that he cured himself of colon cancer with fenbendazole, posting on his Substack:
My approach to getting cancer free, rebuilding muscle mass, and gaining recovery started by firing my oncologist who’s most frequent answer to any question was “I don’t know”, and also included the following:
Chaga tea, very frequent & often, as an anticancer agent, and immune regulator.
Vitamin D3+K2. 10,000 or 15,000 IU daily. It turns out that if you had a level of 95ng/ml D3 level, you would not get colon cancer.
Vitamin C. 3 grams to 9 grams daily. Liposomal form.
Fenbendazole (fenbendazole for humans is the search term at Amazon) PLUS vitamin E that has some level of tocotrienols in it. More the better, but must have some to activate the fenben.
100% stoppage of all sugars for nearly 2 years. I also reduced my carb intake to less than 15% of my diet.
NO SEED OILS! So I cook with ghee, clarified butter.
Exercise. As frequent and regular, leading up to daily as the muscles started coming back with the PureSleep inducing very reliable sleep processes nightly. Note that cancer destroys your ability to sleep. It alters all the hormone ratios, and the calcium to magnesium ratios which really hammer your ability to get body and mind rest during sleep.
This is the basic protocol I followed. It may aid your thinking about this ‘disease’, which my research has led to the conclusion that cancer is a process in which a trigger event produces the first aberrant cells, BUT, the stress hormones and other conditions MUST be present to foster their growth rather than expulsion from the body.
Fenbendazole is a safe drug with little side effects that had already been extensively tested in its capacity as an anti-parasitic. I have bought some for my WW3 survival kit.