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Allan Appel: People with disabilities always walk alone

Allan Appel writes a biweekly column about disabilities. He has MS.

For a patient, the struggle to live with a debilitating illness is solitary.
It lies deep under our own skin, regardless of the number of people trying to lend their support.

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December 1, 2003 in advocacy, bummer, people | Permalink

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