WHEN Chloe-Jennings White sat down in her new wheelchair, she was thrilled. After years of suffering, she could move around the way she wanted to — without using her legs. But Chloe, 58, from Salt Lake City, Utah, chooses to live as a disabled person, due to rare condition called Body Integrity Identity Disorder, or BIID, A disorder where sufferers do not accept one of their own limbs, and seek to become paraplegic.
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