Interview with Cindy McCain: Migraine Sufferer, Advocate
"I'm going to put together an action committee to go door-to-door in Congress, particularly the Senate, to make them understand... to make them understand how little research there is, the huge number of people impacted... to make them understand what the economic problems caused by Migraine are too. We need to testify in front of Congress."
"Hi, I'm Cindy," were the words that went with the warm welcome this morning when Nancy and I met with Mrs. Cindy McCain to talk about Migraine disease. With a genuinely smile making her eyes sparkle, she set the tone for a conversation that was exhilarating, touching, funny, and real.
If you missed the information leading up to this, Mrs. McCain is delivering the keynote address at the International Headache Congress this after noon in Philadelphia. Mrs. McCain has been dealing with problem Migraines for 15 years now, and she's faced many of the problems that so often seem to follow Migrainuers around like a black cloud.
What did Cindy say? How is she going to shake things up? To find out, continue reading Interview with Cindy McCain: Migraine Sufferer, Advocate.