Last reply 1 year ago
BBC Incredible Medicine- Steve Storey

In case you missed the latest episode of Dr Weston’s casebook aired 29th March here is a link

Dr Weston, every week, talks to amazing people who are dealing with debilitating illnesses and/or have overcome major challenges. Some also have unusual abilities which are helping modern medicine in so many ways.

This week she catches up with Steve Storey who some may recognise as one of the MS patients featured on Panorama last year when he bravely undertook the stem cell therapy (AHSCT, ASCT or HSCT

12 months on he is making fantastic progress – an inspiration for all of us.
You may want to continue to follow his progress on twitter

Knotty x

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1 year ago

My best ever was from a health professional that alternate nostril breathing would cure it, I was gobsmacked!

1 year ago

I used to go to a craft club and one day I was struggling with my crocheting threw it down because my left hand and arm wouldnt work when one of the other women ‘danced’ over to me and said “I know how you feel Ive got ME”. Well I am there strapped into my powerchair, havent been able to use my useless legs since 2013, and I was stunned by the comment, I know ME can be an awful condition but she danced around the room without a care in the world and compared ME to my MS. I havent been back to the club since (coward I know).

1 year ago

The best I have had just recently, because I haven’t been feeling that well and walking is a lot more difficult and using scooter more for work, one lady saying I know how you feel when I broke my leg and was in a plaster. Well your leg got better didn’t it!!!! Dickheads I just smile and say ‘oh yeah’.

1 year ago

A bit disapointed by the lack of info in this program. They did not say anything about who is suitable and what other improvements he has seen after transplant…… all publicity for the researches ….. not impressed….

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