“I feel wonderful. I am pain-free and have loads of energy. I am able to walk up and down four flights of stairs six times a day at my college without getting breathless, losing my balance, or having to constantly hold on to the handrail.”
That was what I wrote in my diary on 29 March 2010. Up to that point and for over ten years, I suffered from Charcot Marie Tooth disease (CMT), an illness of the central nervous system which affects the motor and sensory nerves of the arms and legs.
That was until a friend told me about the Amezcua Bio Disc. I received my Bio Disc on January 2010 and kept a journal to detail my progress.
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