So many of you have asked after my brother Gerry.
I thought I might do a bit of an update here for those of you who . . . are curious .. .care . .and those who just might be wondering if this liberation treatment for Multiple Sclerosis could help you or someone you care very much about.
The Canadian government at this point is still not sold on the CCSVI treatment that Gerry had.
He has a step by step guide to his experience on his blog that has more information there than I can explain. . .so do visit him there if it is real information you need.
I am purely looking at his progress since the liberation treatment from a sisters point of view.
When Gerry and Heidi walk in the door. . .
I see hope.
His eyes are bright and alert.
His face that once looked weary looks rested.
He walks without a cane. . and he doesn't limp.
He is driving car again . . something he had given up on his own.
He is enjoying working outside.
The two of them. . .are so hopeful and so enjoying his regained health.
We had them over for faspa on Sunday night.
My brother Ken is batching while Mary is out visiting their daughter in eastern Canada so he came too.
We just visited. . .it was so good.
Just relaxing and talking . . .like the good ole' days.
We talked about how long it will take the Canadian Medical system to get on board.
We are confident they will.
There are so many people that have travelled abroad to receive treatment and they can't all possibly be living the placebo effect.
For now. . .
we are enjoying having our brother back.
God has answered our prayers. . .and we are thankful.
Thanks for asking about him. .
I love being able to tell his story.
All for now. .