Diagnosed with a paralyzing disease she’d never heard of, Dana Kidd’s first instinct was to google the name—Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome.
Only she couldn’t grasp her phone or even tap the touchscreen.
“I had no strength,” said the 48-year-old Meridian resident. “I could only listen to what everybody told me.”
And the news wasn’t good. Doctors said the neurological disorder might leave Kidd unable to walk for nine months or more.