My name is Sean Bennett, and at 30 years old I have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The disease has taken a significant toll on my life. Now I can barely walk, I have gone deaf in one ear, and my vision has deteriorated significantly. Prior to becoming sick, I worked as an automotive technician for several years. However, because of these symptoms, I have been unable to work.
After doing extensive research about my disease and possible cures, I discovered several clinics all over the world that have successfully stopped the progression of MS (and in many cases, cured) through a stem cell transplant. The procedure uses my own stem cells to regenerate new, healthy cells in my body. I have been accepted to a top-tier stem cell transplant center in Mexico and is also approved for the FDA clinical trials in Chicago.
May 9, 2016
All I need to raise is for my outpatient stay! Yay! I got insurance approval.
May 2, 2016
I’ve been accepted into Chicago and have insurance approval. Only need to fundraise for it patient stay starting in June! Woohoo
May 24, 2016
And I spelled my name wrong sorry
May 24, 2016
Im saying prayers for you although I dont know you. I wish you the best! I lost my sister to MS in 2013. She was 40 years old. She was in an electric wheelchair for many years. This disease took alot from a young life. I dont like to see anyone having it.
May 23, 2016
I love you Sean I know it isn't much but your in my thoughts and prayers stay strong brother!!
March 5, 2016
Sean, We are both in this battle together, and we will make it! ❤