Monday, March 4, 2013

How I Found Relief For My Graft vs Host Dry Eyes.

The treatment for people with Leukemia is often Bone Marrow Transplantation.  The cells that are transplanted will often start to reject the person's own body, regonizing the body as being foreign.  This results in Graft vs. Host Disease.  One of the major symptom ix dry eyes.  Here is a story from one of TheraLife's customers.

"I had chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant almost 4 years ago due to cancer. I ended up with a very bad case of graft v.s. host disease where my sister's cells were attacking my soft tissue, skin, mouth and eyes. This has left me with very dry eyes. I virtually had no tears and could not open my eyes without a lot of pain. The graft v.s. host has since been treated but my eyes remained very dry. I went on prescription eye drop and permanent eye plugs, but my eyes were still dry.
I finally searched the internet and came across TheraLife and tried the TheraLife Eye Enhanced therapy along with the Fish Oil. After about 2 months of being on TheraLife Eye therapy, my eyes and my life became much better. I have been faithfully taking TheraLife Eye for about 2 1/2 years now and I honestly don't know what I would do without TheraLife.
Thank you for making such a great product!
V.V. Canada

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TheraLife Eye is formulated to restore normal functions to tear secretion glands intra-cellularly.   Most eye vitamins try to provide lubricants to thicken tears, but do not address the fact that the tear secretion glands are underactive. TheraLife Eye Works for 80% of first time users.  Doctors recommended.  Buy Now!

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  1. Graft vs Host Dry Eyes are a result of bone marrow transplantation to treat Leukemia. TheraLife Eye can restore normal tear functions intra-cellularly. Buy today!