For three decades Tracy Ofri, 48, of Valley Stream, N.Y., suffered with multiple sclerosis.
At age 19, Ofri lost sight in one eye. Her unpredictable monthlong bouts of blurred vision, painful breathing and numbness throughout her body weighed her down.
And within her body, her own immune system attacked her myelin, the fatty substances that protected the nerves in her brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Like many others who have the type of MS Ofri does -- relapsing and remitting MS -- the...Full Story