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Posted on 5 May 2016 11:07 am
Polio may be near to eradication, but the people who were affected by polio in this country during the epidemics in the 50s and 60s - over 120,000 - are still suffering from the affects of the disease via a condition known as "Post Polio Syndrome" (PPS) where, in essence, the disease returns to the victim. The government is victimising these people by implementing PIP which has taken mobility aids such as cars from them and forcing them to be considered as eligible for employment.
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