Victorian farmer, the late Percy Weston at 89 years, who cured himself of cancer.

IN 1920 Percy George Weston, academically inclined son of a pioneering farming family, had no intention of partnering with nature by staying on the land. He was all set to enter medical school in Melbourne.

That year cattle duffers put an end to the young man’s dreams by snatching 300 of the family’s steers from Buffalo River and spiriting them across the mountains to be sold on the quiet in Gippsland.

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