Metro MS patient improves with treatment
She's been living with MS now for the past 19 years, and currently resides in an assisted-living apartment. Her eyesight had been greatly affected so reading was not an option, and she was unable to write because of her disability. Even eating and drinking on her own was not possible.
"It's unbelievable how much easier it is than before. My vision was kaput, but after the procedure it's gradually coming back. Now I can drink by myself, I can write. It's amazing. I look at myself in the mirror and before I was so pale because the blood wasn't circulating and stuff. Now I look more healthy."
She was diagnosed with MS at the age of 16, she's only 35 now.