Tim Donovan continues a Canadian speaking tour to share his story of receiving CCSVI treatment to reduce multiple sclerosis symptoms.
“I got so much better and I started telling people,” said Donovan. “People just kept asking questions so I started travelling out of my home town.”
The campaigner found CCSVI treatment simple.
“It’s not much different than heart angioplasty,’ he said. “They open up the veins. The blood started flowing and I immediately got better.”
Donovan enjoys sharing his story and talking about the positive possibilities for people with MS.
He walks with a limp and smiled when greeting people in attending his ‘New Hope for MS’ event at the George Bothwell branch in Regina.
During the information session Donovan and some members of the audience wore bright yellow T-shirts with ‘Hope’ printed on them, echoing the speaker’s positive outlook. He focuses on what he is able to do and pays little attention to how MS might limit him. Donovan has had MS for 25 years but CCSVI treatment enables him to speak with ease and walk unaided.
“I used to speak like I was looking for my words,” he said in a demonstratively slow manner. Since May Donovan has been to 50 cities in Canada and Regina marks the start of his last batch of remaining dates.
“The goal is to get the CCSVI (Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency) treatment in Canada now, that’s our goal,” said the travelling man.
“If there was ever a time for someone to be diagnosed with MS, it’s right now,” said Donovan. “Because now we have some hope. Where before anyone diagnosed with MS had very little.”
Like his previous events Regina was a huge success and Donovan gave hope and inspiration to his audience.
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