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Severely disabled man's parents told to care for him themselves

6 May 2014 Last updated at 09:46 BST

The parents of a severely disabled Wiltshire man have been told they must give their son physiotherapy themselves after the NHS cut funding for the treatment.

John Morrison, 30, from Devizes has cerebral palsy - a condition which affects his arms and legs. But his parents are angry after the NHS withdrew funding for the treatment, but offered training to show them how to do it themselves.

The BBC's Steve Knibbs reports.

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