Desiree Jennings Update: Road to Recovery

Posted on Nov 11, 2009 in Uncategorized

Desiree Before the Flu ShotDesiree Jennings, the 25-year-old Washington Redskins cheerleader who was severely neurologically injured from a seasonal flu shot in late August and made international headlines after a news station filmed her bizarre symptoms, has shown remarkable improvement after beginning treatment with Rashid A. Buttar, DO of the Center for Advanced Medicine and Clinical Research in Huntersville, North Carolina.

The Center’s website states that they are “effectively treating patients who the medical community has failed or given up on, by practicing the medicine of the future, today!” This is certainly true in Desiree’s case. She was diagnosed by doctors as having an irreversible condition called dystonia, while simultaneously being accused by others of having a psychosomatic illness. At age twenty-five she was faced with the traumatic prospect of a lifelong severely disabling condition and traditional doctors gave her no hope of recovery.

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