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"LIVING WITH A DIFFERENT ABILITY... but, born with the SAME ABILITIES

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It could happen to ANY of US... "Living with a DIFFERENT ABILITY... but, born with the SAME ABILITIES." AMY GUROWITZ talks about the changes involved in living with MS for over 21years. Amy is the Founder of a Non-Profit dedicated to customizable learning about Multiple Sclerosis. MS~LOL: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS A LIFE OF LEARING Photobucket Helen Elaine Lindsey Eighteen years after having her hands and feet amputated to save her life, Helen 45, is raising money to help defray costs of a double hand transplant. She became a quad amputee after contracting bacterial meningitis in her twenties. Helen, an Atlanta lesbian waits to become become the first African American and third woman to receive a bilateral hand transplant (dual hands transplant). Helen Elaine is "...looking forward to Simply Holding Someone's Hands or Touching Their Face."

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