Two Sisters with Spastic Paraplegia Campaign
We, two sisters from Cape Town, South Africa, were diagnosed with Spastic Paraplegia (SPG 11) at 20, a degenerative neurological disease affecting our mobility. Despite efforts, our condition requires mobility scooters and Botox injections every 4 months. The financial strain, including medical expenses and aids, is challenging. We seek support to alleviate these costs, with items such as Mobility Scooter at R25,000.00 each, Botox Injection at R16,000.00 per treatment, and monthly medical expenses per person at R4,900.00. Direct payments can be arranged. Your generosity can significantly enhance our quality of life as we face the challenges of SPG 11. Thank you for reading our story and consider sharing it within your network. Reference: Dr. Richardson, Neurologist, Christian Barnard Hospital.
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