Elaine DeLack, a registered nurse, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1988. She has studied MS since 1993 and it is from her review of research literature she developed the medication she named Prokarin™. Prior to Elaine’s use of Prokarin™, she experienced such severe fatigue that many days it would take 3 hours for her to muster enough energy to make a bed. Elaine suffered from left-sided weakness in her leg and hand, vision problems, cognitive difficulties, slurred speech and pain. Elaine has successfully remained free of all of her MS symptoms while using Prokarin™. The success Elaine has experienced in alleviating her symptoms of MS, has compelled her to bring her research to the attention of the medical community in hopes of helping fellow MS sufferers. In her book, They Said It Didn’t Make “Cents” –MS—The Prokarin™ Story, Elaine tells of the struggles she encountered when trying to bring a possible treatment option into mainstream medicine...
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