The human body is an engineering marvel, but even the sturdiest parts wear down over time. Tony Tapley, of Evans, said his right knee was bone on bone when he had total knee replacement surgery in December 2008.
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Shirley Scott, of Aiken, knew her right knee was about to go out – she could just feel it. She kept putting off her surgery because she’d already gone through one total knee replacement – her left knee – in September 2008.
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Chasity Rabun, a 31-year-old Augusta resident and mother of three, had tried a number of treatments to help her gynecological difficulties. But even common therapies, such as birth control pills were off limits because Ms. Rabun suffered a stroke after the birth of one of her children.
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