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My 52 year old son who is paralyzed from the

My 52 year old son who is paralyzed from the nipple line down. He has serious wounds on his rear after 31 years as a wheeler. He sawand infectious disease doc and the bone was infected. Is on vancomycin sodium chloride .9% 3 times a day. I have an aortic valve replacement and a titanium hip replacement. Am in any danger assisting him.
Wed, 24 Oct 2018
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