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Ladies and gentlemen
I’m incredibly humbled and overjoyed to announce I’m recovered from MS for the second time since being diagnosed in 2011.

Today I successfully walked 18 holes of golf, and broke my handicap in a memorable day, that included the passing of one of my favourite actors Sean Connery. I was totally surprised to go into pro shop after the round and be given a trophy bearing a pink Titleist 1 ball with an inscription marking a Hole in 1 that I scored a few weeks ago. All up I’m feeling the love.

MS is a monstrous disease that has brought me to my knees at times. I feel incredibly blessed to have found this program early in my disease which I followed for several years to claim recovery. But after being so well for so long the little whispers from people started to infect my mind and stupidly I slipped off the diet for 8 months and suffered a catastrophic relapse in October 2019 that reduced me once more to a wheelie Walker.

I’ve been back on the program since August 2019 and it’s been a 2 steps forward 1 step back road to recovery. It’s been hard but feels so satisfying today 1 November 2020.

I know I’m blessed, I know there’s so many others out there that have been following the program but have not been as fortunate as me. All I know is this is a prayer answered. It is a modern miracle. I give all the credit to Jesus and Prof George for the program.

I declare MS doesn’t have me anymore.
Blessings
Alex

Developed 5 May 2011, Diagnosed 4 Aug 2011, OMS 15 Sept 2011, Gluten-Free 22 February 2012, Recovery declaration 2 September 2014, Relapse 14 October 2019, Recovery declared again 1 November 2020.
Well done my friend!! Keep on keeping on
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