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I was severly burned when I was 13.  Now that I'm 51 some of the original surgery that was performed is starting to go south.  Doctors once told me I would probably need some corrective work when I got older.  I have also recently had to deal with having a permanent colostomy.  I have been over weight all of my life and thought I might look into a tummy tuck one day.  The colostomy probably prevents that from ever happening. Because of all these issues plus more I feel that I will never feel good about myself.  Because I am single with one income I could never afford any type of surgery on my own.  Do you have any suggestions or know of someone in Orlando, Florida that could help me out.
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I am unaware of any private plastic surgoens who perform "pro bono" surgery.  A university training center for plastic surgeons may be a resource for reduced fee procedures.
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