SAN DIEGO — Paula Marie Jackson was living a normal life until one day in 1999 when she started feeling initial physical symptoms that compromised her vision and gait. She also started experiencing incontinence, seizure tremors and serious fatigue, which after a few incorrect diagnoses ultimately led to a Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. Within a month, her health declined rapidly to where she lost her vision, hearing, ability to walk and was in bed for an average of 18 hours a day.