Mon, 23 June 2014
Judi Lecoq is from Arlington, Texas and she is the Director of Multiple Sclerosis Radio wherein it deals with anything MS - be it someone who is diagnosed with MS or someone who has survived it. Apparently, in the year 1997, she herself, was diagnosed with secondary progressive MS. At 2005, she started to feel weak and tired which made them decide to shut down the business that they opened ten years back. Since her system has further deteriorated, she no longer cannot walk on a cane and had to order a scooter which she can use to go to places. Just like any other patients, she did an extensive research online and eventually chose a clinic in Panama which she found to have plenty of scientific papers that support their stem cell research. Her health condition has improved following her first stem cell treatment in June 2010. Find out more about her journey with MS and how stem cell has improved her condition.