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Aisha Umar Ibrahim has been fighting a form of multiple sclerosis (MS), known as Relapsing-remitting MS for almost six years. MS is a chronic, progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms include numbness, nerve pain, impairment of speech and muscles, blurred vision, and severe fatigue. Over the years, Aisha has tried several conventional MS medications, supplements, therapies and regimens, all unfortunately without much success. Her condition has progressively worsened, and Aisha condition continues to deteriorate.

Aisha is happily married and the mother of two teenage girls. She has been working as a registered nurse for over 30 years, both abroad and in the United States. She attended Emory University to further her education where she specialized as a consultant nurse in the field of ostomy and wound care. Soon after completing her nursing specialty and beginning her career in nursing, Aisha began to experience symptoms and was soon diagnosed with MS. The extreme disabling pain, profound fatigue, poor balance, vision problems and muscle weakness eventually caused her to stop working. She now receives costly and extensive medical procedures under anesthesia every three months for her pain, however over time these treatments have become less effective and Aisha is desperate for help. Her medical bills are mounting, and she desperately needs better and more effective treatments to stop the progression of her condition, and before it’s too late.

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October 22, 2016

Aisha, it's with shock and sadness to hear about your health situation. God Almighty will see you through. On my part, I'll brain storm the various ways I should be able to help, in my little ways. You will not be alone in this; our collective prayers for you shall be answered favorably, in sha Allah!

Prince Kabir Abubakar & family

October 22, 2016

It seems so simple, to only need $60.00 It is only hard when you need the $60.00 from each one of 1,000 people. I pray people will donate and I meet you in January!


October 22, 2016

My dear sister, my donation may not be much, but I want you to know you are in my heart and prayers. I pray that God Almighty will make you well and whole. Keep smiling, you are such an inspiration. I'm glad to know you and to know we are family.

Gimbiya Khamisa