Lupus Case 1
Hannah Helberg still remembers the day in 1994 when the first red blotches appeared on her skin. She was soon diagnosed with systematic Lupus. This is a disease that attacks the immune system and causes a red swelling also known as "butterfly rush" on the patient's face, and swelling of the tongue and throat, as well as stiff wrists. Hannah also had a bad accident and broke a few bones that had to be set with metal implants. She was stiff and had to go to a physiotherapist, but it was the Lupus which made life unbearable. Her friend started treating her with Genesen Acutouch Touch Pointer to see if it would make a difference. To their joy, the Lupus started to clear up and the irritation subsided. Hannah could now live a normal life. Even the pain in her back got better. "Genesen Acutouch Touch Pointer is now my doctor forever!"