Hope is the only real antidote to any ailment or challenge...? journey marked by courage, conviction and determination that brings to life the exceptional efforts of one individual to emerge victorious against a debilitating disease. At thirty-three, Jamuna Rangachari seemed to have it all: a job she loved, a wonderful family and perfect health. Then she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis – an often disabling autoimmune disorder for which there is no known cure. In painful detail Rangachari describes the gradual loss of vision, chronic fatigue and the progression of a balance disorder. In this engaging memoir, Rangachari chronicles and celebrates the story of her decade-long battle with an illness that can only be managed with treatment and counselling. With honesty and grace, Rangachari describes what it is like to live with a complicated, progressive disease. Her story goes a long way towards increasing awareness about alternative healing therapies and support for those living with MS.
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