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Hi…my name is Debra McDonald (nee Gauthier) and I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1997. I went blind in one eye  (optic neuritis) then leg drop. My eye sight came back but not 100%. Since then, I have tried everything from natural remedies (which agree with me) to one MS drug called Avonex that I had severe side effects with and I had to stop after 6 months. November 2009 W5 gave me some Hope (see Zamboni report under CCSVI information). I made the choice to go to  Mexico for testing and the Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) procedure in 2010, I had nothing to lose.  I regained circulation to my feet which were ice cold and looking very black (scary).  Since then, I have tried going in for my second CCSVI procedure….so much has been  learned in two years but it was cancelled due to my elevated heart rate. 🙁

No matter what – I am going to beat this MS rap!! 🙂


Anything posted on my website is for information only.  I am not a doctor, physiotherapist, or scientist and my personal experience is not meant to replace anyones personal doctors advice.

Please, do your own further research. I am passing on my experience and it may be different for each individual.


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