It was only during my tenure as patient in the Augmentation Wing of the Buenos Aires hospital that I truly became aware of the fascinating range of possibilities offered by augmentation technology. I served Médecins Sans Frontières proudly for two more years, to repay them for all they had done for me, but for most of that period my passion had already shifted elsewhere.
I had enjoyed the enormous good fortune of meeting Haydon Suyong personally when he opened Zimbabwe's first clinic, and so after my time in MSF it seemed only natural that I should join L.I.M.B. International.
At first I concentrated primarily on the ways augmentation technology could improve the lives of the impoverished and downtrodden, but already in those relatively early days prejudice was spreading, and so my duties soon expanded to include campaigning for lower Neuropozyne costs and raising awareness of anti-Aug discrimination.