A company made more than $300,000 from cancer sufferers, telling them its chlorine water - famously used by ex-All Black Colin Meads and celebrity TV builder John 'Cocksy' Cocks - would kill cancer cells. Now a doctor has been struck off. Melissa Nightingale investigates.


A doctor has been struck off over a controversial "cure" used by rugby legend Sir Colin Meads and TV builder John "Cocksy" Cocks in their battles with cancer.

Dr Mitchell Dean Feller was also censured and fined by the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal yesterday.

PureCure — a company 50 per cent owned by Feller — made

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