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Oklahoma man, Joe Tippens, claims dog de-wormer medicine cured him of terminal cancer, which had spread to his neck, stomach, pancreas, and bones [VIDEO]

By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Cancer is the disease that comes in many forms and has claimed many lives. Through science and holistic treatments, an increasing number of people have managed to beat cancer. None of them have managed to do so how Joe Tippens did.

Joe Tippens is an Oklahoma native and he was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer, in 2016. By 2017, the disease became terminal, spreading into his stomach, pancreas, and bones. With medical bills very high, Tippens turned to an unlikely source.

Advised to give his loved ones his final goodbyes, Joe Tippens was desperate, and read a forum from his Alma mater, Oklahoma State University. There was a thread about fenbendazole, a canine medicine for deworming, so he reached out to the person who created the thread, a veterinarian.

Tippens remained on his cancer treatments, but placed the order. Not informing his physicians of his choice, he remained on his treatments, but when he had his next scan, there were no traces of his tumor. After several other scans, he came back cancer free, crediting the dewormer, but has no proof, as he was taking vitamins, among other supplements.

Now that he is cancer free, Joe Tippens points out how his medical insurance companies spent $1.2 million trying to cure him, but a $5 a week medicine did the trick for him.

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