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“This is the amazing outcome of your generosity! Basher is now able to get up and down stairs after his intensive training at Race To Walk.
I was really blown away, but never surprised… https://t.co/iVNvuT0iSg
This article by @harshadarajani on what it was like to live with locked-in syndrome — being trapped in her own body after a stroke — is easily one of the most interesting pieces I've edited all year: https://t.co/VHFfcXoL9S via @SheKnows
“As a 23 year old student in Daraa, Syria, Basher joined a group distributing food to households during a regime induced siege on his city. He was arrested with hundreds of others on the… https://t.co/lBI6mfOLic
Meet Rachel, a kind and inspiring rabbi and young mother who is working tirelessly to get her life and body back after a random stroke tried to disrupt it all. Go Rachel! #wewin… https://t.co/0fBJhC1Utj