May 13, 2010 at 11:09 am

That $ news makes me feel very sad indeed! Somebody please cheer me up quick!


April 11, 2010 at 10:51 am

[FONT=”Microsoft Sans Serif”]how awesome!! me too!! i was there one month after you– my transplant was 10/09!!

i am so glad you posted and even more happy that you are, dare i say, “cured…” my experience was and has been the same– nothing but miraculous improvement. i’m medicine free and improving veraciously!

my last check up, about 3 weeks ago at northwestern, was a surprise to all– my nerve tests and everything else improved even more than the doctors expected in the amount of time since treatment! dr. burt actually shook my hand and congratulated me 😉

i heard about you when i was there but of course they couldn’t tell me your name– just that the person that went before me was doing exceptionally well– they were all very proud.

i’ve been hiking 1-2 hours a day lately and watch as my body returns to its previous state! i feel i owe dr. burt and the northwestern team my life–

best of luck and spread the word– i wish more folks would end their suffering and knock this disease out of the water 😮



p.s. a friend of mine named jim d. just completed his transplant last month– he is [B]already[/B] walking without assistance!![/FONT]