Can bee stings cure arthritis, or MS? Meet some people in Taiwan willing to endure hundreds of bee stings to find a cure.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling illness that affects well over one million adults worldwide.
For many sufferers, MS means a lifetime of taking medications that offer little relief for a body that progressively gets worse. Such was the case for Pat Wagner of Waldorf, Md., until her mother suggested that she get stung — by a bee. Pat is now known as the “Bee Lady” for her practice of using bee stings to treat the debilitating symptoms of MS. For Pat, it’s been a miracle, one that she’s been happily sharing with people from all over the world — by stinging them. Second video after the jump.