Sat., April 2, 5:30 pm, CSU Palm Desert
Sun., April 3, 4:00 pm, Camelot
For almost a decade Deborah Sayer concealed a debilitating illness from co-workers, friends, and even her family. After experiencing multiple miscarriages, she reaches a breaking point and sets out on a journey to find a cure for the incurable.
Dynamic and compelling, with occasional comic relief, Deborah persistently counters the accuracy of the questionable MS diagnosis, exploring causative factors, such as the dental industry’s repression of the dangers of mercury exposure in ‘silver fillings,’ and its connection to chronic illness. What does the future hold for diagnosis if more people are as proactive as Deborah in taking charge of her own health.