Fort Walton Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 18, 2008
Growing popularity of Sue Ellen Dickinsons' story of how she won the battle over her symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, has prompted more attention and increased demand for the information provided in her book "No More MS, My Journey BackTo Life" by other MS sufferers worldwide.
In the taped television interview, Dickinson acknowledges what it's like to experience what she calls a true miracle. Having overcome the devastation of Multiple Sclerosis, she is now on a personal mission to share what she's learned with others, in hopes that it will raise awareness, and make a difference in the lives of other MS sufferers by not only delivering a message of hope, but outlines in detail what she did to restore her health in the final chapter of her book she's labeled "How I Did It".
Acknowledging in the interview that there is no known cure for MS, Dickinson emphasizes that the natural alternative methods of healing she used were primarily responsible for overcoming the debilitating symptoms of MS. These methods were not at all 'alternative' she claims, but natural means that have always grown on the earth and have been used for centuries by numerous cultures throughout history, some dating as far back as Biblical times.
The program will air this summer in parts of the Middle East, the Phillipines as well as local regions in the southern United States.
Sue Ellen Dickinsons' book "No More MS, My Journey Back To Life" is available online at her website http://www.NoMoreMS.com