Respecting doctor who does not consider disability

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One of my most respected doctors.
I was a doctoral student at Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine.
This spring, he received a doctoral degree in medicine and is dedicated to supporting people with disabilities and developing sports medicine.
… Despite the obstacle of losing most of the movement below the neck, he lives a stronger life than anyone else.
I would like to make an effort to bring it closer to Dr. Yukishita.

My life after 60 will do my best to help people with disabilities as much as possible.
In particular, I would like to work little by little to help people with visual disabilities and people with severe disabilities to use them with their abilities.
We would appreciate your support, guidance and cooperation.

As a vow to my mother who couldn't do filial affairs who suffered as a blind person and lived his life.