Dancing With MS

After 14 years of being told I had an active imagination, I was diagnosed in 1967 and told I didn’t have long – I was immobile from the neck down. I did recover and returned to work as junior tech in pharmacology research lab at veterinary college, and began my literature review that continues to the present.

I found research proving that myelin repairs itself with movement and after that, nothing could stop me. I have recovered from all symptoms including blindness, paralysis, pain … What I found in research and history is VERRY different from what we are told by modern experts. I have watched as the system has complicated a very simple virus and have tried my best to share all the positive research that I have found and used all my life. I am now 70, and fully mobile.

Eva Marsh MEng

BSc

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