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In 2002 I was living in Denver, Colorado in the U.S. I was newly married and was looking forward to an amazing life, It didn’t go as planned because after only one year I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. I refused to take the prescribed medication because I just felt the drugs would be the worst thing I could do, at that time I didn’t have the knowledge I  have now but it just knew it was wrong.

My first attempt at trying to heal myself was a nutritional beverage called XanGo which in my humble opinion saved my life, I was able to keep the majority of symptoms at bay.

After six years my wife started to have an affair and in her opinion thought that it would be better to not be married to a man with MS so she divorced me. As I’m sure you can imagine it was difficult at first, I felt very vulnerable and isolated but in hindsight it was probably the best thing for me. I was able to dedicate my life to my job as the client service director for Dr Hal Huggins, my life was focused on helping others suffering with serious disease and was so rewarding.

It was very difficult in so many ways and after trying so many potential solutions and still getting sicker I eventually had to return home.

I’ve been back in England for five years now, I live alone and spend a lot of time reading and searching for a way to remove this hideous disease from my body. I honestly believe the pain, frustration and humiliation has helped me become a better man. I know that what I’m doing isn’t going to be  a quick fix, I’m not going to wake up tomorrow morning and be cured, but I do know that by sticking to this, by resisting temptation, that it will happen. I feel incredibly lucky, this unforgiving, unrelenting disease takes the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, but not me, no way because now I have the knowledge, I know the solution that was painstakingly discovered by an amazing woman, Ann Boroch.

There are thousands, hundreds of thousands in more pain than me, that are without the help and guidance that I’ve received, but I’ve  been given a chance and I’m grabbing it firmly and not wasting it, am I going to be cured?……Absolutely..

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