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Jim Kissling, AutoFarm, US

For many people one of the main challenges with a fall accident is to get back up on your feet again. Jim Kissling from the US has experienced this problem repeatedly because of his diagnosis, Kennedy Disease Syndrome (also known as Bulbo-Spinal Muscular Atrophy), that causes his muscles to weaken about 2 % per year.

At this point in his course of the disease, Jim falls one to two times a week and usually it’s his wife who helps him back up. Their most recent concern over the last couple of years has mainly been regarding what happens if she one day is unable to help him up anymore.

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