A Matter of Chance Episode 3


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One of a series which looks at the problems and aspirations of the disabled. Anne Deveson talks to a teenager about what it is like to grow up with a physical handicap. Seventeen year old David Croft suffers from SpinaBifida, a disease which affects the spine. David talks frankly about his life, his physical problems and the way those problems present extra emotional and sexual difficulties

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