Spastic diplegia is a form of cerebral palsy. While this disease affects different people in different ways, Mike’s symptoms restricted his mobility and muscle control. He also suffered vision problems.
He went through the usual roundabout of doctors, surgeons and prescription drugs, but by December 2005 Mike had accepted his fate for what time he had remaining.
Things changed in January 2006, when Mike decided to try serrapeptase. Within 48 hours his lungs had begun to clear and that was only the start of his recovery. Rather than tell his whole story, you should go over to Mike’s website The Health Care Survivor and read it from him.
This video by Robert Redfern discussing Mike Tawse is well worth watching:
NOTE: You can buy serrapeptase online here.