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In this video, I listen to Caroline Jurgensen tell her story about living with multiple sclerosis, graduating from college at Highpoint University, and the stuff of life! Find more videos at https://bit.ly/3g27XRD

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic and progressive neurological disease that results in neuronal cell death, which can lead to a variety of symptoms.

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Diagnosed with a life-threatening syndrome called VATER/VACTERL, JT endured 250 days in hospitals before age 3 and 16 major surgeries before age 16. As soon as doctors discovered one condition and treated it, a new and worse one would pop up. On top of that, JT has such severe dyslexia and short-term memory loss that his school told him in fourth grade that he would be illiterate for life. Infused with drama and humor, UNTETHER will pull you through the relentless suffering into light-filled breakthroughs—because JT and his family stood strong in their faith and never, never, never gave up. Along with years of medical treatments and nonstop home care, his parents relentlessly hunted for the right program to help JT learn to read. Nothing worked until in fifth grade a God-arranged encounter with a unique system called Tattum Reading changed JT’s life forever.

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