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    Home> U.S. Michigan Teen Begins 40-Mile Trek Carrying Brother

    Called the Cerebral Palsy Swagger, the trek's goal is to raise awareness for the muscle disorder that afflicts Braden and to grab the attention of the next generation of leaders, doctors, engineers and entrepreneurs and show them the face of cerebral palsy and the need for new ideas in mobility aides and medical procedures.

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    He ain't heavy: Teen carries brother on 40-mile cerebral palsy awareness walk


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    I was so touched by this story! GB then both as well as everyone who ran for the cause!
    Thoughts and prayers for the people of Paris and all of France!

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    Teen Carries His Younger Brother for 40 Miles

    By Kate Snow

    Braden and Hunter Gandee already had a special brotherly bond. But it was made all the stronger this weekend.

    Seven-year-old Braden was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that makes the muscles in his legs difficult to control. He wears braces and can only walk with the aid of a walker. For years, his 14-year-old brother Hunter has been like a “second pair of legs” to Braden, their mom, Danielle Gandee, said. Hunter picks Braden up and carries him piggyback-style whenever the little guy needs a lift...


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