Project Able's Hip replacement introduction video as featured on http://igg.me/p/671379/x/6265621
Learn more about the crowdfunding campaign Project Able. Get to know the story of a young woman and artist who is facing total hip replacement surgery at age 31. Gain insight into the rare bone disorder that is ultimately responsible for her hip deterioration. SCFE, formally known as Slipped Capital Epiphysis is the reason why this woman is going bionic in 2014. Joint Replacement in young patients is not often seen, but Dejon Gee is putting a hip new spin on this widely discussed surgery by using social media. Due to hip replacement surgery cost, and the time she will be unable to work during recovery, this artist and designer was faced with a financial roadblock. Dejon decided to turn to her family, friends, community , and crowdfunders for support via Indiegogo.