The most likely reason that you have come to this page is that you, a family member or a friend has been diagnosed with CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia) and that the words “Defeated” and “Cure” has caught your attention. Defeated and cure are not words normally associated with CLL and it is for this very reason that I have created this website. On this site you will find out how I have defeated CLL without the use of the methods offered by the oncologists. Instead you will read about how, with natural means and a bit of help from above, I have overcome CLL and now expect to live a normal lifespan. Actually, by applying all that I learned in the process I expect to live a long and healthy life.
You would have seen that I put the word “cure” in the site title; I put that in so that this site is easier to find but while I consider myself cured I can’t strictly speaking claim that at this stage as it would require a number of high level tests including a bone marrow biopsy. I asked my oncologist about this and he said to ask him again in seven years time. Also, in 2010 I had to deal with pneumonia and in the process found out that my immunoglobulin type G (Igg) is low. This is a left over from the CLL and “supposedly” not fixable but I see this as another opportunity for me to prevail.
The immediate trigger for creating this website was the request of Dr. Eric Davis (who you will meet) to provide him with a broad outline of my journey in order to encourage other of his patients. He had asked me to do this some time ago, so when my blood test of February 2, 2009 showed that my WBC (White Blood Count) had come back into the normal range for the first time since I had been diagnosed with CLL eight years ago, I decided that it was time to write my story. Having written it I came to realise that a website is the best way of sharing it with many other people as well.
I wish that a site like this had been available when I found out that I had CLL and went looking for answers that were not forthcoming from the medical profession. For if at the time of discovering that I had CLL I had known what I know now I would have been able to go straight into the “Do & Defeat” mode instead of ‘watch & wait’; it would have saved me a lot of years and money. What’s more, if in the years before CLL I had known what I know now I probably would have never gotten CLL in the first place.
I am not setting myself up as an expert in CLL treatment, nor do I suggest that all the actions I have taken are applicable to your situation. But it is my hope that what you are about to read might just help you in finding a better way in dealing with CLL than what you probably have been offered.
If you don’t have the time or the inclination to read the whole story you can go straight to the “Ten steps to healing” page where there is a basic outline of what I have done. You can also download the whole text as a pdf file from here.
Update August 7, 2010. I am happy to be able to tell that my CBE blood test of a few days ago shows that all of my blood counts are now in the normal range. Platelets have at last have gone up and are now 154, my lymphocyte count is now 3.3.
Update November 11, 2013. Still going strong. CBE of this date shows that the blood counts remain in the normal range. Platelets were 174, lymphocytes 1.57 and neutrophils 3.75.
Update November 24, 2014. Almost all blood counts still in the normal range. Platelets down a bit to 151, but would you believe that the lymphocytes are just a bit too low now at 1.40. PCV is also just a touch below reference at 0.39.
Update November 11, 2015. Woohoo, platelet count has gone up to 190 and all the regular blood counts are back in the normal range.