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why are you asking us? In the first place you didn't even say what website you are concerned about. Secondly, how can people on AOL help you? Take this up with the people responsible.

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Anyone had patellar-tendon transfer surgery?

P.S. A TKR is designed to last about 10 years with normal wear and tear. No sports. At the time of my last one a new design was being introduced that last about 15 years. So at that rate it would have to be replaced 4 - 6 times by the time he reached 75 if he was not active.