Weʼre raising £30,000 to have a chance, an opportunity, a wish to walk again through Stem Cell Therapy
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Six years ago i was working for the US Maries through Oshkosh Truck Corp & Alghanim Industries in Kuwait.
After three years and 2 weeks before signing a new contract, a traffic accident left me in a coma, a punctured lung, broken back & neck and cardiac arrest. Resulting in a Spinal Injury at C4/5.
With the help of family, friends and workmates. I was flown back to the UK, Addenbrooks hospital. And then Sheffield Spinal Injury unit where i would begin my long journey & battle with realisation, acceptance and rehabilitation.
A spell at a neurological rehab centre. A great team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurses, carers, social worker & the NHS. Im now in my own place. Still battling the demons of social acceptance. The anxiety of meeting new people, visiting new places. And waking up every morning not knowing what will be. Trying to make good of an unfortunate, difficult & unlucky situation.
Now at 39 years old what i thought would be the standard of living would be for the rest of my life. Ive been given an opportunity to receive revolutionary Stem Cell Therapy. Beike Biotechnology are the worlds leading stemcell treatment company and boast incredible progress, improvements & results in spinal cord injuries such as myself.
I have already have so much to be thankful for. The support, help & encouragement from my friends, family, my partner, past work collegues and strangers will never be forgotten. Now with a final push, the last step (no pun) and with your help. Im not expecting a miraculous recovery and to break into Evertons reserves. But if... somehow, i could have a little part of my life back. That would be amazing.
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