The Belief That Fenbendazole, Colchicine and THC May Annihilate Cancer Cells

  1. Fenbendazole has the ability to disrupt RNA microtubular function, inhibiting, even killing cancer cells during their division. Apparently, healthy cells (non cancerous ones) can resist this disruption.
  2. Colchicine has a VERY similar effect. It also disrupts RNA microtubular function. It’s been used in dogs a LOT over the last few decades.
  3. THC (tetra hydro cannabinol) is also effective at inducing apoptosis in cancer cells. Again, most “normal” non cancerous cells simply resist the THC-message to age-out, and die.

It would be important to read practically each-and-every word of these documents to see how and if these interact.

There have been “problems” with all of these medications. Some of them may shut down your bone marrow. Kill off ‘good’ cells sometimes. Hurt the liver.

0.03 mg/kg/d

THC Delta8

12ml/1000ml 100ml/10lbs sid

1mg/lb po sid

The daily dose for Panacur® C is 50 mg/kg (22.7 mg/lb) of body weight
Tippens method is 3 days on, 4 days off repeating

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
1 gram per 50lbs once a day

Costing for a dog that’s about 40-50 pounds

DMSO Fluids once a week: 40$ (Not the ONLY way it can be given) DMSO roll on nasal planum $20 all in.
Colchicine – “all in” Probably less than $30 to $40
Fenbendazole – Less than $20
THC full spectrum – Less than $20
Vitamin C –
GeranylGeraniol – $17 all in.
Total could be as low as: $120 total

Anti-cancer effects of fenbendazole on 5-fluorouracil-resistant colorectal cancer cells

Antiparasitic mebendazole shows survival benefit in 2 preclinical models of glioblastoma multiforme – Neuro-Oncology – Oxford Academic

Colchicine Dose For Dogs & Cats – Vet Drugs List

Colchicine Uses, Dosage & Side Effects

Fenbendazole (Name Brand) 222 mg pe

Fenbendazole acts as a moderate microtubule destabilizing agent and causes cancer cell death by modulating multiple cellular pathways


Joe Tippens Protocol – Fenbendazole A Dog Dewormer for Cancer Treatment

Panacur AquaSol, INN-Fenbendazole – panacur-aquasol-v-c-2008-x-03-epar-assessment-report-extension_en


Teaching an old dog new tricks- The case of Fenbendazole

Unbiased Phenotype-Based Screen Identifies Therapeutic Agents Selective for Metastatic Prostate Cancer


Author: Dr. Erik Johnson
Dr. Erik Johnson is the author of several texts on companion animal and fish health. Johnson Veterinary Services has been operating in Marietta, GA since 1996. Dr Johnson graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. Dr Johnson has lived in Marietta Georgia since 1976.