What would you do if you were dying? If thousands in your sphere of influence shared your plight and you found a simple remedy, would share it? If so, read on and use your power to promote to change lives.
Justin Wilbert was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in October 2005. Like thousands of others with this disease, his body began to fail him. The severity and speed with which his symptoms progressed quickly left him two options–fight or die. Left intermittently blind and bed-ridden by the disease, Justin refused to be beaten and spent what energy he possessed aggressively researching treatment options. During this time he endured every prescription drug and alternative treatment currently used for MS patients. The only relief he found was in Tysabri, a drug with a risk of a brain disease.
In November 2009, Justin’s perseverance paid off. Through extensive research, he discovered the liberation procedure. He has since traveled to India to undergo the simple procedure. The experimental procedure, only recently available in the United States, and not supported by most insurance plans, has led to dramatic improvement in his condition. Though he has not made a full recovery, Justin has regained his vision, a dramatic reduction in pain, and the ability to enjoy regular daily activities. Essentially, he got his life back.
Now, Justin has one objective–provide the hope of recovery to others faced with this debilitating disease. Currently, the liberation procedure is gaining momentum in the United States but awareness of this treatment is low. Few have the opportunity to share the news of a life-saving treatment. I hope you will join me in telling Justin’s story and changing the lives of thousands.
Below is an article from the newspaper in Justin’s hometown as well as the link for re-posting purposes.