MMS - Mark Davids
MMS kit results Date: 01/02/2011
Greetings to you Frikkie and Renee
I am writing this letter to thank you for the amazing results I experienced whilst using your MMS kit and for giving me a platform to express my gratitude for aiding me in healing as well as I did.
My name is Mark Davids. I am a 35 year old male from Johannesburg, South Africa. I was involved in a severe car accident in 1997 in which I was thrown out of the car whilst the car was rolling after been hit in my passenger side of the car by another vehicle doing 120km/h. I fractured my facial bones and tore my jaw off my face resulting in the paramedics having to perform a tracheotomy and a seven hour reconstructive operation just to reconstruct my face through the use of titanium plates. I had also broken my shoulder and my clavical had broken through my skin below my armpit. My pelvis was fractured which was also plated and I had sustained severe burns to me left leg, which were treated by doing skin grafts. I was on life support and in a coma for weeks thereafter. Back then, it was standard practise to drill the femur bone above the knee and put through a pin in order to keep the pelvis in traction for approximately three months long. It took approximately 6 months in hospital and around seven years thereafter enduring ongoing reconstructive surgeries to get me to the point I’m at now. It was through this experience, that I learnt the power of positive thought and alternative medicine use.
In November of 2010, whilst training at gym I felt a sharp pain in my lower femur just above my knee. A few days later, a bump approximately the size of a golf ball started developing on the side of my knee. A few days later, this “golf ball” type bump turned very red and then a deep purple in a matter of three days. On the third night it burst open.
I then visited a well known and respected orthopaedic specialist at Olivedale Clinic. After X – Raying my knee and pelvis, he showed me that the pin tract in my femur had in fact developed an infection in the bone and his advice was to re-drill the pin tract in an attempt to rid the infection. He also swabbed the area to test to find out what kind of “bug” we were dealing with. To our amazement, nothing cultured and the operation went ahead as scheduled. During the surgery the surgeon re-drilled the pin tract and cleaned up the infection which had spread to the muscle and knee joint. I went back to my surgeon a week later for a check up and he was very happy that I was healing well and that there were no flare up’s of the infection. Approximately two weeks later, a small “golf ball” bump started developing again and I made an appointment to see my surgeon. The night prior to my visit to my surgeon, my wound again burst open.
On visiting my surgeon, he explained to me that this was unfortunately a common thing when dealing with bone infections and advised that I go on a strong course of anti-biotics for a five week period. He prescribed 2000mg of Augmentin a day for 5 weeks. This helped for three weeks, the swelling went down and the redness disappeared. In the third week it again started turning a bright red and then deep purple again,
On visiting my surgeon now for the fourth time, he looked at the wound and his words to me were, “Mark, I didn’t want to speak to you about this previously as I had hoped that the anti-biotics would have cleared this infection, but you need to understand the risks and consequences of treatment moving forward.” He told me that he had drilled the femur bone to its maximum and that the next course of action was that he would have to cut a “window” through the femur bone in order to attempt to rid the bone of this infection and then to “tube” the leg with anti-biotics directly into the infected area. There were no guarantees and should it not be successful, my options would be to either live with the bone infection which would mean treatment through various drugs on a permanent basis or seriously consider the option of amputation above the infected area, in order to rid my bone of this infection. To make a long story short: I was faced with The inevitable prospect of a leg amputation!
After an emotional day and thoughts of how I was going to adapt to this “new” life of mine, my mother called me with news of a treatment which had been proved to have great results against drug resistant infections and she suggested that I try this MMS treatment. I advised her that I would try the treatment prior to my operation which had been scheduled for the following Tuesday. I went and bought the MMS kit as well as OxyVita oxygen enriched spring water. I read the package insert instructions carefully as directed and started the treatment. After only 3 days the results were visibly clear, but I considered giving the MMS 7 more days before consulting medical advice
I scheduled an appointment with my surgeon for the day before my scheduled operation in order for him to give me his educated assessment of the leg .
On visiting my surgeon, he was, “shocked” to see how the swelling had subsided along with the redness and the wound had now formed a scab. He listened with scepticism whilst I explained the treatment I had been taking, but was very excited as he advised me that he would not be seeing me for my scheduled operation the next day. His words to me were, “Mark, whatever you are doing, carry on doing it. Just don’t kill yourself.” I have now been on the treatment for almost two weeks and the leg has almost completely closed. I can feel how the pressure on the inside of my knee cap has dissipated from the treatment and I am getting the flexibility back in the knee again.
Words cannot describe my gratitude to the Lord and to you for giving me an alternative treatment which has ultimately saved me from my worst nightmare of losing my leg.
Best wishes and again a big thank you from the bottom of my heart.