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The Town

September 19, 2013

KMH seeks patient for free joint replacement

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“Regardless of circumstances, people in need should have relief from debilitating joint conditions and receive a new lease on life,” Repicci said in a press release. “This is the essence of Operation Walk USA.”

Those interested should call 447-6102 to see if they qualify. Eligible patients will be referred to a screening process. To learn more about Operation Walk USA, visit www.opwalkusa.com.

 

 

TO LEARN MORE • Interested patients should call 447-6102 to see if they qualify. • For more information on Operation Walk USA, visit www.opwalkusa.com.

 

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