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Paul will undergo autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplant in Russia to fight multiple sclerosis


A father’s pursuit of a long and loving family life will see him risk all with an expensive treatment in Russia.
Paul Catelli, 39, was diagnosed with progressive multiple sclerosis two years ago, when his wife, Sonia, was pregnant and his oldest daughter, Mikayla, was just 18 months old.

“I was six weeks pregnant and it was an absolute shock,” Mrs Catelli said.

“We were just starting our own business and just gotten married, it was the worst thing that could have happened.”



Mr Catelli said each attack was unpredictable.

“You don’t know what you will be left with,” he said.

“I see my kids every day and my wife, and it kills me — are they going to have a dad and what state is he going to be in?

“I get frustrated because I can’t run after them and, on a bad day, I can’t get out of bed.”

Mr Catelli will fly to Russia in April next year for potentially lifesaving autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplant treatment.

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