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On March 7, 1952, there was a story in the British Medical Journal discussing an unnamed girl who was suffering from crippling arthritis coupled with a disfiguring skin disease. Her father did his best to find a doctor who could treat his daughter, but nothing was successful. 

He repeatedly told others that “I’d give my right arm” to find a cure for her.  As they say, be careful what you wish for.

One day, father, mother, and daughter went for a drive in their car and got into a bad accident.  Dad’s right arm was torn off in the crash.

Amazingly, before dad’s wound had healed, his daughter’s arthritis and skin condition had miraculously disappeared.

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