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Cerebral Palsy Boy Becoming a Medical Doctor

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St. Petersburg Times. Sunday, October 23, 2011
It was a dark day for Lisa Sexton and the fairy tale life she had dreamed of having. Told that her firstborn, Tyler, had cerebral palsy and would likely spend his life in a wheelchair, Sexton went home and closed all the blinds. In the dark, she mourned. Today, Tyler Sexton (see video) wouldn’t let cerebral palsy keep him from becoming a medical doctor.

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