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Here are inspiring stories of real children diagnosed with cerebral palsy who have not let their disabilities stop them from achieving their goals. There are two categories of stories:

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Medical Malpractice Birth Injuries

Nov 27, 2018

Reproduction is the best gift of life. It is the best creation of God, this is the only way on this planet earth, how we can save our DNA and in ways become immortal. We can imagine how blissful it is to see someone in front of our eyes carrying a part of our genome. […]

Birth Injury

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What everyone needs to know about Cerebral Palsy

Oct 15, 2018

Cerebral palsy is a disorder that seems mysterious and confusing, especially to someone who does not have any idea about it. Oftentimes, people tend to button down the topic in place of making an attempt to understand the condition. This attitude generally gets triggered due to the fear of uttering something insensitive or offensive. However, […]

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Top 5 Most Common Birth Injuries

Sep 17, 2018

An injury that occurs due to physical pressure during the birthing process or delivery of a child is known as Birth injury. Today, medical malpractice is one of the major reasons of birth injuries in newborn and death of patients all over the world. Many newborn babies are suffering from birth injuries due to medical […]

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Birth Injury Lawsuit

Jun 26, 2018

How does a person feels when he expects to have a healthy baby but finds that his child has an injury or a disability that will change his life temporarily, and in some cases even permanently? Well the answer is quite simple: the person is devastated. A birth injury is any damage that is long-term […]

Child health care

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Watch as this Monrovia student with cerebral palsy is surprised with specialized standing chair

Mar 28, 2017

Nine-year-old Jose De Anda excitedly waved to his classmates as they cheered his name during a special assembly for him Tuesday afternoon – “Jose! Jose! Jose!” The fourth-grader was surprised with a mobile stander in front of his classmates and friends at Mayflower Elementary, all thanks to the community but especially the Monrovia Police Officers […]

Stories about the financial challenges of a CP diagnosis

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