People around the country gathered to walk, roll for GBS-CIDP
Teneisha Davis says she was diagnosed with the rare autoimmune disorder three years ago. The physician says she was paralyzed from the neck down and had difficulty breathing and seeing. She's been in physical therapy and says she still struggles with pain and other symptoms. This will be her first time doing the walk.
OFFICE. THEY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT PRECINCTS ON ELECTION DAY. YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE IT TO YOUR COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS THEN. >>> TODAY PEOPLE WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE VIRTUAL WALK AND ROLL FOR AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS. THE NATION WAS DIAGNOSED THREE YEARS AGO, SHE WAS PARALYZED AND HAD DIFFICULTY BREATHING AND SEEING. DAVIS HAS BEEN IN PHYSICAL THERAPY AND SAYS SHE IS STILL STRUGGLING WITH PAIN, THIS WILL BE HER FIRST TIME IN DOING THE WALK. >> WE WERE IN DISNEY WORLD IN DECEMBER AND I NEEDED A SCOOTER TO GET AROUND BECAUSE I COULD NOT WALK. HERE NOW I AM GOING TO DO A MILE WALK. >> SHE IS A SURVIVOR.