Mike Cutler, 63, was diagnosed in 2009 after blacking out at work – and was given a transplant in November that year. He was given the all-clear but says the disease came back in late 2012 – attacking the new organ he had been given.
Desperate to survive, he began to look online – and found a YouTube video which described the use of cannabis oil as a cure.He claims that just three days after taking the class B drug, his excruciating pain disappeared.
In May this year, the grandfather-of-nine went for a biopsy at the Royal Free Hospital in London. To his relief, doctors told him the new cancerous cells had vanished.
A spokeswoman for the Royal Free Hospital confirmed Mr Cutler had not received any cancer treatment since his transplant in November 2009. Mr Cutler, a retired builder from Hastings, East Sussex, said: ‘Finding out I could die was terrible.
After purchasing the drug through a dealer, he began to cultivate his own tablets from the oil, taking one capsule a day. When his symptoms disappeared after three days, he began growing his own cannabis plant to keep up a steady supply of the medication.
For more information on cannabis as a treatment for cancer, visit the Cancer Research UK website.
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