In 2000, Vita Coffey, a single mother, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. In the decade that followed, she lost not only her sight and ability to walk, but many friends, her job, her father, and nearly her sanity.
Struggling through pain, regular emergency visits to the hospital, and the debilitating side effects of an ever-changing cocktail of drugs, Vita remained hopeful that one day, she would find a better treatment.
And eventually, she did.
Much to Vita’s surprise, her participation in a new clinical study restored her life and health in ways she never knew possible—and then some.
In the battle against her disease, Vita faced many uncertain circumstances, clinging to her journal as a source of hope and stability. In Little V’s Hope, Vita tells her story of love, loss, and recovery, in her own words, for the first time.