Needless Tragedy: Multiple Sclerosis and Jacqueline du Pré

Needless Tragedy: Multiple Sclerosis and Jacqueline du Pré

The movie Hilary and Jackie tells the tragic story of a little girl (Jacqueline du Pré) who grew up to be one of the world’s greatest cellists, only to have her musical career and then her life cut short by multiple sclerosis. The truly sickening part of the story is that the importance of diet in arresting the development of that debilitating and sometimes fatal disease had been published long before du Pré started having symptoms of the disease. Tragically, the medical profession is still largely ignoring the role of a strict, low-fat diet in arresting multiple sclerosis.

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2 thoughts on “Needless Tragedy: Multiple Sclerosis and Jacqueline du Pré”

  1. A friend of mine has MS but won't even look at Swank's site… maybe doesn't want to get her hopes up or perhaps believes her doctor more than a friend?

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