Pablo, 27, says his survival after terminal diagnosis is down to special diet

Pablo Kelly was given months to live after doctors found a terminal tumour in his brain.

He rejected chemotherapy in favour of a specialist, meat and fat-heavy diet and is still alive two years later.

At 25 years old Pablo, from Wrangaton, was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme – a terminal brain tumour. Due to the tumour’s position in Pablo’s brain it was also inoperable.

“I was devastated,” Pablo said.

Read Article By Rachael Dodd (The Herald)