‘Second chance of life’ for BBC journalist after multiple sclerosis treatment

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‘Second chance of life’ for BBC journalist after multiple sclerosis treatment

A BBC journalist describes trying a controversial treatment.

Senior foreign correspondent Caroline Wyatt, 49, paid £55,000 for a stem-cell transplant, after she was deemed unsuitable for an NHS trial in January.

In an interview with The Times she said the “fog within my brain is lifting” and that her pain has started to subside, a few weeks after returning home.

“Already my legs feel less heavy,” she said.

“The dead weight pulling them down has magically lifted, and my arms, though weak, no longer have useless, numb yet painful fingers at the end of each hand that cannot do up buttons or hold a pencil to write.

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