Boyd Bennett Died From Complications With Pulmonary Fibrosis
At the age of 76, Boyd passed away peacefully in a hospital in Sarasota Florida. Boyd suffered from many health
problems during his life. He battled to breathe for the last 23 years. Pulmonary fibrosis caused by inhaling asbestos dust, while serving on troop transport ships during World War II, robbed him of energy and vitality.
Boyd was one of the finest human beings ever to live on this earth in any century. All who knew him through his music, businesses and family will severely miss him. He helped many people during his lifetime. His
kindness, generosity and love for Jesus were legendary.
Boyd Bennett Is a Rock & Roll Pioneer and Alternative Medicine Advocate
Boyd Bennett is a pioneer in the music industry. In 1955, he wrote and sang the first two teenage rock & roll hits "Seventeen” and “My
Flattop.” Over 3 million copies were sold, instantly making him wealthy beyond his wildest dreams.
“Seventeen” and “My Boy Flattop” Revolutionized the Music Industry
“Seventeen” was the first rock & roll song created for teenage girls. “My Flattop” focused on teenage boys. Boyd’s songs revolutionized
the music industry. They created an entirely new sound. Teenagers suddenly became a huge marketing focus. He deserves to be inducted into the “Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.”
Wealth Does Not Guarantee Health
Unfortunately, wealth at any age does not guarantee health. Boyd served on troop US Navy transport ships during WWII. He survived a serious leg wound, but was injured beyond imagination. He did not know his
lungs were filled with microscopic asbestos fibers from the pipe insulation on the ships.
Cancer Threatens Boyd’s Life
In the prime of his life, Boyd came down with cancer, specifically lymphoma, in 1974. The doctors said it had been developing for many years and was in danger of infecting the spleen. Death was calling, a song
he did not want to hear or sing.
Radiation and Chemotherapy Controlled the Cancer
For sixty days his groin and stomach areas were exposed to intense radiation. After two weeks off, he received another sixty treatments. Over the next thirty days, the doctors administered four chemotherapy
treatments. Finally, the cancer was under control.
Death By Terminal Pulmonary Fibrosis In Three To Five Years
As if Boyd did not already have enough problems, in 1981 he was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis caused by his exposure to asbestos
fibers during WWII. Doctors said he was a dead man with only 3-5 years maximum to live. There were no known therapies.
Never Ask What Else Could Go Wrong? You Might Find Out.
To make matters worse, doctors warned Boyd a heart attack was imminent. Coronary heart disease was the culprit. Doctors recommended immediate heart bypass surgery, but it was almost a moot point. They believed
he only had a couple of years to live anyway.
Desperation Leads To Exploration
Boyd was desperate. The medical prognosis did not look good. No one wants to die prematurely. Boyd decided to search the world for alternative therapies. There had to be other options, possible solutions to his
life threatening diseases and impotence problems.
A Solution Was Right In His Own Backyard
Through word of mouth advertising from friends and business acquaintances, Boyd heard rumors about a Robert J. Winslow, DO. A new
therapy called chelation was producing amazing results. Boyd decided to check it out.
Chelation Helps Boyd’s Impotence and Heart Disease
Miracle of miracles! Not only did Boyd’s coronary heart disease disappear, his erectile dysfunction got much better. He was overjoyed. Even his breathing improved. Dr. Winslow became a close friend, who
introduced Boyd to the benefits of other alternative medicine therapies. Intravenous Vitamin C and hydrogen peroxide provided additional benefits.
Vacuum Therapy Pumps and Compression Rings Resolved Boyd’s Impotence
Now that Boyd’s life threatening diseases were being held in check, finding a solution to impotence became his focus. Dr. Winslow worked with him to develop a vacuum pump and compression-ring system that solved
the impotence problem. Boyd created a new company called Revive, Inc. to make available to other men safe, effective solutions to impotence.
Condom-Loc Rings Help To Curtail the AIDS Epidemic
In the early 1980s, when AIDS became a major epidemic, Boyd realized condoms would play a critical role in people’s efforts to protect
uninfected partners. One day, Boyd suddenly realized the compression rings that prevented the blood from escaping from the penis could be used to keep condoms in place during sex. He helped design a new ring that was a very
effective answer to the frequent breaking and displacement of condoms during sex. They were called Condom-Loc Rings.
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