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I have to been not out the house in years and I can't walk due to my Arthritis and cystic fibrosis and ashma and I have bursitis. I am diabetic as well and I am 30 I a can't walk and have no life at all Iat all and need help hand really need a mobility scooter but I don't work as I am to ill I really want out a few hours a day or when I can I would appreciate anything towards. It i would be so greatful for any thing I really want a life to see things please any small contribution would help

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