In 1990, my mother, Beth Hill was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). She has battled MS for more than 26 years now, and has been extensively researching new treatments for two years.
This disease forces her to need assistance with many normal daily activities, and to rely on my father and other caregiver in some situations. She also has to use a cane, walker or wheelchair at all times. So, she has decided to take control of her Multiple Sclerosis and we need your help to stop the progression of this chronic, debilitating disease.
June 2, 2017
11/16/16 – Went to Dr G to talk about HSCT to ask for her support. She will need to order full spinal and brain MRI’s three months prior to transplant, and complete blood work prior to receiving HSCT. She will also prescribe antibiotics that I will be taking for a year post-HSCT. She referred me to a local Hematologist for post HSCT transfusions. I will also need physical, occupational, and cognitive therapy starting two months after I return from Mexico. Dr G will also monitor my blood work post-HSCT.
12/6/2016 – My husband and I met with a local Hematologist. He agreed to provide post-HSCT care when I get home from Puebla, Mexico.
January 6, 2017
I received my official transplant date – it is August 14, 2017. I am excited and scared at the same time.
May 30, 2017
We will be praying for you and your family!
Pat and Sheila Kuhlman
May 24, 2017
Beth, Prayers for you and your family and praying that your transplant is a success.
May 24, 2017
I will continue praying for you to beat this ugly beast.
May 5, 2017
Beth you are in my thoughts and prayers!