From the London Free Press & featured on the MS Trust website:
If Mary Donner gets a shot at a controversial new treatment for multiple sclerosis, she'll take it.
The 56-year-old London woman is already on a waiting list for preliminary testing. If that shows she is a candidate for the treatment, Donner said she's prepared to travel overseas to have it done.
"I would like to be able to feel better. In my case, I am still able to walk, but every day I get a little bit worse and the fatigue sometimes is just so debilitating that you can't do anything," said Donner, who was diagnosed with MS 14 years ago.