Fernanda Campos - Multiple Sclerosis

April 13, 2017

This is Fernanda Campos, diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006.Fernanda took interferons until 2010, and in that period her disabilities kept progressing. By the end of 2010 she had great difficult walking, couldn't climb stairs, couldn't comb her own hair or cut a piece of pizza with a knife, had blurred vision. Her legs were getting weaker and she feared she soon would need a wheelchair. In 2011 she decided to stop conventional treatment and start following the Coimbra Protocol. You can find Fernanda's testimonial from the beginning of her vitamin D treatment in the documentary "Vitamin D - for an alternate therapy", in our "Book & Videos" page.
 

The post below was shared by Fernanda in one of the Brazilian FB groups, and she gave us permission to publish it:

 


"5 years of treatment.For quite some time now I've had: no fatigue, no numbness, great eyesight,very little weakness, hardly any spasms. Comparing my past and present condition, I had many lesions in my spinal cord and what I am living now (riding a bike), is for me a victory!!!!! My boyfriend rides in front and I go behind, feeling safe, well balanced, and very energized. We are going for rides of 15 to 30 km."
 

 

 

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