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Prof WR Bezwoda (Rosebank)

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Prof WR Bezwoda (Rosebank)
 
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I will never forget this wonderful man and will be eternally grateful to him. Many years ago in Zimbabwe, we received the shocking news that my mother had acute leukaemia. Our GP was in awe of the recovery his own wife had made under Prof Bezwoda so he referred my mother to him immediately. I was warned, however that my mother had ignored her symptoms for far too long and may not even survive the journey to South Africa. She travelled by air and my father left immediately by road. Beyond belief, on arrival at Rosebank, my mother’s treatment was ready and when my father arrived she had already been examined and was receiving medication. A week later, I visited my mother and was encouraged that slight signs of improvement had been noted despite my mother being critically ill. She continued to improve each day in the most miraculous way. Three months later, my mother returned home in remission. On her first visit to our GP he was speechless. He stated that he had been convinced she had passed away. Her surviving a critically low blood count at 69 yrs of age was not the biggest miracle. She continued to enjoy another 14 happy years with the family producing good blood test results. When she settled in the U.K. in 2000, she had to ask Prof Bezwoda to confirm she had suffered from acute leukaemia as the doctors in the U.K. refused to add it to her medical notes saying it was impossible that she could have survived it and she must have had chronic leukaemia instead!!! She passed away at 82 years of age from a heart attack - and having lived a fulfilled and productive life. After all this time, I still have a clear picture of Prof Bezwoda and immeasurable respect, administration and gratitude for a clearly amazing gentleman.
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Glynis Dewar Reviewed by Glynis Dewar June 26, 2018
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Prof Bezwoda

I will never forget this wonderful man and will be eternally grateful to him. Many years ago in Zimbabwe, we received the shocking news that my mother had acute leukaemia. Our GP was in awe of the recovery his own wife had made under Prof Bezwoda so he referred my mother to him immediately. I was warned, however that my mother had ignored her symptoms for far too long and may not even survive the journey to South Africa. She travelled by air and my father left immediately by road. Beyond belief, on arrival at Rosebank, my mother’s treatment was ready and when my father arrived she had already been examined and was receiving medication. A week later, I visited my mother and was encouraged that slight signs of improvement had been noted despite my mother being critically ill. She continued to improve each day in the most miraculous way. Three months later, my mother returned home in remission. On her first visit to our GP he was speechless. He stated that he had been convinced she had passed away. Her surviving a critically low blood count at 69 yrs of age was not the biggest miracle. She continued to enjoy another 14 happy years with the family producing good blood test results. When she settled in the U.K. in 2000, she had to ask Prof Bezwoda to confirm she had suffered from acute leukaemia as the doctors in the U.K. refused to add it to her medical notes saying it was impossible that she could have survived it and she must have had chronic leukaemia instead!!! She passed away at 82 years of age from a heart attack - and having lived a fulfilled and productive life. After all this time, I still have a clear picture of Prof Bezwoda and immeasurable respect, administration and gratitude for a clearly amazing gentleman.