$21,450 of $25,000 goal
I am Dr. Denise Neal and I hold 2 degrees in music with a speciality in violin performance.
Because of developing Multiple Sclerosis, I had to give up playing in 1996.
I am thankful because I receive significant help from family and friends.
I started my fundraising campaign in 2016 and I have made great progress since that time.
Going forward, I have added stem cell treatment to my recovery plan.
Stem cells can offer miraculous results.
My first treatment was on January 23.
I will require several sessions.
I humbly ask for your help.
This link announces my appearance on RMN radio.
Rayelan Allan, publisher of Rumor Mills News, was the interviewer.
Here is the actual interview:
"She played with other symphony orchestras and at a variety of venues from Dallas to historic Charleston SC to New York's Carnegie Hall. The musician toured the East Coast with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in 1981.
Neal has played with the East Texas Symphony in Tyler and the symphony orchestras in Abilene, Lubbock, and Waco she freelanced with the Dallas Ballet and the Dallas Opera orchestras for six years".
Much of my career was playing in pit orchestras --
Ft. Worth Opera, Dallas Opera, Dallas Summer Musicals, etc.
This is a recording :
Beethoven Sonata in C minor 1st movement
I will be able to implement certain goals putting me closer to recovery!
I received a donation today from a "biggie" in the world of music.
I am so thankful,
I have been able to procure a water processor which creates water similar (actually better than) the natural springs which are in Lourdes France.
I also bought a device which negates the electromagnetic frequency (EMF) in my room. Because I live in a sea of harmful radiation, this device will make it possible for my body to heal.
I like tell you in words how beneficial this has been for me. You will have to trust me on that.
My campaign is still open for those who might wish to participate.
Thank you very much,