Parkinson’s and Eyesight

My uncle Gordon Ward lost sight in one of his eyes as a result of a botched cataract surgery.  The two loves of his life (besides my Aunt Betty) were reading and playing tennis. Gordon lost the ability to do both in his early seventies. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s soon after his cataract surgery fiasco.  My aunt Betty told me she thought the surgery had a lot to do with the diagnosis of Gordon’s Parkinson’s.

It is obvious to be that if people with Parkinson’s can avoid any type of surgery they will be a lot better off all things considered. So, I have been searching for some time now for a natural product that will enable the eyes to heal cataracts. Since the body is always able to heal if given the support it needs, I knew there had to be something out there that would help. Finally, I found a natural product that helps the eye to heal naturally.

If the CAN-C eye drops had been available to Gordon, he would likely have been able to avoid surgery.  If he had use of his left eye, I suspect he would still be reading and still playing tennis today.   Instead, I attended my uncle’s funeral service in Wyoming last May.

I have now found a reliable supplier of the CAN-C eye drops that are discussed in my interview with Jennifer Jones during my radio program today. For more information on the CAN-C eye drops visit:

http://www.cataracts.parkinsonsrecovery.com

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery

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