I'm going to give benefit of the doubt here. Please, please, please don't make me regret this.How is wanting to cure a fellow party member and friend PC in a fantasy D&D game not being decent?
Okay, so some people like in our world where there's not easy peasy nice and squeazy fix to paralysis and amputation and other reasons one might be in a wheelchair... have to be in wheelchairs. It's part of who they are.
Those people, like all of us, sometimes want to play a character who is like them; to see people like them in their entertainment.
To deny them that and tell them to instead have their character use the super easy, barely an inconvenience solution to stop being how they are invalidates their experience and patronizes them for wanting to play someone like them. It is wrong-headed and rude at best and outright cruel and insulting at worst.
It's like telling me to have my character use skin bleach because there's no elves with my skin tone.