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Able-bodied woman wants surgery to make her paraplegic

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Many people dread not being able to use their legs – but for one woman, it's her dream come true.

Chloe Jennings-White suffers from a rare psychological condition known as Body Integrity Identity Disorder.  An able-bodied 58-year-old woman, Jennings-White fantasizes about being a paraplegic and wants to undergo spinal surgery to make her legs stop working, The Sun reported.

An overseas doctor agreed to perform the surgery, in which he would cut her sciatic and femoral nerves.  But the operation would cost her nearly $25,000.

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