Craig Wells and I have been friends for years and mostly get together during the summers at the local farmer's auctions, in rural New York State, which are a lot of fun and quite profitable. I started feeling poorly and finally went to the doctor who told me that I had a combination of things wrong with me but mostly metastasized cancer of the prostate. I continued to get worse as the days wore on and eventually was admitted to the hospital where I was in intensive care and told I was dying.
Craig asked MODI if he could enroll Dick in their non-clinical trials; they approved and he gave Wynona their formula which she started using on me in the hospice.
Quite surprisingly, after about 3 days or so I sat up and looked around, then sat on the edge of the bed and called Craig to see why he hadn’t called me. Wynona continued to administer the formula and I continued to improve to the point where I got a scooter and was riding around the hospice. They then decided I could go home for a weekend, so I did and the next thing you know this 77-year-old man was back driving my pick-up truck and getting around on crutches, which was because of back problems and not due to cancer.
I went to the Saturday auction and everyone was cheering because I was there with my scooter riding around and buying farm equipment (most people never expected to see me again).
Since the auction, I have been seen driving my bulldozer up the hill at my farm making a road up to the pond and backwoods and most recently I bought a small motor home and a fishing boat to take my grandkids fishing. Just recently, I bought my wife a car because I was using the truck all the time.
As I say now, It is just so wonderful to get up each day and enjoy being alive. Four months later, I am still living an active life; it is over a year since Craig’s doctors gave him three weeks to live and I hope to do as well as Craig has done.
Thanks for helping me and my friend.
New York, USA
September 17, 2012