amputee


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someone who has had a limb removed by amputation

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November marks Diabetes Awareness Month and includes the Veterans Day holiday, so we want to be sure the men and women who so bravely served our country have access to comprehensive education as they take on the battle of diabetes," stated Sue Stout, President & CEO of the Amputee Coalition.
In our society, we need to do a lot of activities to change the mindset of people about being an amputee.
As she considered her options, she asked to speak with someone about what life is like as amputee.
military, inspired by the hope offered by the amputee soccer team, invited Team Zaryen to the U.
Uzbekistan national football team of the amputee players is a three-time world champion.
Advanced Amputee Solutions is just beginning a Cushioning Implantable End Pad (CIEP), a polymer-based cushioning device that is inserted in surgery to reduce pain and discomfort connected with amputated limbs.
when you become an amputee, it's almost like your life just stopped.
Amputee charity Limbcare have launched a campaign urging people who have lost limbs to share videos or images on social media.
The event was a complete success as over 200 participants, both amputees and able-bodied walkers joined to walk the boardwalk.
FALKLANDS veteran Simon Weston, pictured, has been announced as the patron for a charity that has been set up to support amputees.
Our team is made up of three leg amputees and one arm amputee and they have just four legs between them.
Mehta took up cycling about 19 months ago, only to become a renowned amputee cyclist and later a double Silver medalist at Asian Paracycling Championship 2013.
Amputee Football Association is holding the first junior specific session for amputees, the congenitally deficient and those with limb affecting disorders.
And his American rival Richard Browne warned the IAAF, the athletics world governing body, to brace themselves for more legal challenges as amputee sprinters fought for the right to compete at the Olympics.
The TSA also said it would allow someone to accompany an amputee during a private screening.