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Apr 18, 1951 (Age: 69)
to disabled to work or so they say

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    Apr 18, 1951 (Age: 69)
    to disabled to work or so they say
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    in a wheelchair not to much with a spinal injury from accident
    Well getting out going to the beach when i can my kids and grand kids.
    being disabled and being ill, I hate it
    I'm now getting on not yet retired but not long to go, I use to be into sport and I use to coach disabled children . I love sport and running long distance. But after my accident at work I was taken into hospital sent home with a broken back and broken legs they did not see. I then got an infection called MRSA and came close to dying.

    Now I do a bit of water colour painting when I can go out with the kids when I can and basically do what I can
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