Les Molloy was diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer in February 2013.
Read about his journey...
I was diagnosed with Stage 3 bowel cancer in February 2013, which rapidly deteriorated to Stage 4 by September 2013, after which Professor Cunningham, at The Royal Marsden Hospital in London, said there was nothing that could be done for me apart from the offer of palliative care. Get ready to die!
How did you hear about mistletoe therapy?
My wife, Monica, carried out hours of research online which included other alternative therapies such as The Gerson Diet, Hyperbaric Therapy, Apricot Kernals as well as looking at a multitude of videos from websites such as Chris Beats Cancer and Dr. Terry Wahl who although was suffering from secondary MS was inspirational with her recovery
Why did you decide to explore mistletoe therapy?
With the conventional therapies drawing a blank we decided we had nothing to lose. To start with I was nervous of trying something new but now I wish I had discovered Mistletoe Therapy at the moment of diagnosis.
To start with I was nervous of trying something new
but now I wish I had discovered mistletoe therapy
at the moment of diagnosis.
What did your experience involve?
My experience involved an intensive 2 week treatment including IV and subcutaneous injections. The idea was to kick start my immune system which had been virtually shut down by the Chemo and Radio.
Can you describe any impact that mistletoe therapy has had?
The benefits of Mistletoe Therapy are immeasurable. Three and a half years since my diagnosis and almost three years since being told I have 2 months left to live, I am as fit as a butcher’s dog, enjoying every day and changed my priorities of life.
Any advice for others exploring mistletoe therapy options?
Don’t wait. Follow Dr Geider and his team’s protocol. You will live not to regret it.
I am as fit as a butcher's dog, enjoying every day and changed my priorities of life.