For over two years, this posting site known as Blogspot.com has hosted a blog identified as the “story” of one Ilya Beyzin, (using the alias “Alhimik”), who claims that his father suffered and died because at some point during his battle with melanoma, he decided to try “LIESH,” the laser therapy offered by a small company called Lase Med Inc., run by a physicist named Dr. Antonella Carpenter; and because he “believed” what Dr. Carpenter told him.
His blog bears the following headline:
“I would like to share our awful experience with Antonella Carpenter and Lase Med Inc – I am hoping this would help others to avoid mistakes we have made.”
Ilya’s father had battled melanoma for a long time, undergoing multiple surgeries, repeated rounds of chemotherapy and radiation; and after standard methods had miserably failed, he resorted to alternative methods, looking into “natural” remedies.
Without spinning off into a tangent discussion on how valid such remedies might be, the reality in this case is that the use of deadly oleander had made the melanoma spread like wild fire and had left the patient without hope .
Eventually the author of this hate-blog found Lase Med Inc’s website and decided to bring his father to their Treatment Center as a last resort. The outcome was that the therapy in question halted the melanoma in its tracks; and over the weeks following the treatment, obvious signs of healing started to become evident.