Disabled woman from UK is in India for life-changing treatment
Susan Timlin is from the United Kingdom and has multiple sclerosis.
She has been suffering for more than 30 years as she was not getting any effective treatments.
Susan Timlin was told by NHS in the UK that her condition was too disabled to be given any treatment in the UK.
However, she is now in India and is hoping to receive a life-changing treatment.
She had given up all hope but then she got to know about a therapy known as autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation or AHSCT.
Susan Timlin has been admitted in a New Delhi hospital and is undergoing tests to ascertain her condition.