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ME and me: making films about disability to raise awareness – Disability Horizons

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Apple’s Tim Cook tests sensor that tracks blood sugar – Daily Mail Online

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The Individualism of Sex and People with Friedreich’s Ataxia – Peter’s Political Blog

Disability and travel: have you ever considered Cologne? – Disability Horizons

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Dubai To Cambodia – A Short Film By Mitch St. Pierre

This FDA Approved Drug Could Permanently Repair Brain Damage in Stroke Victims – Futurism

General Election 2017: Disabled actor says national party role has given her a voice – DisabledGo Blog

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