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David was born with poliomyelitis, a disease causing muscle atrophy and paralysis. After years of surgery and physical therapy, six-year-old David's taking some of his first joyful steps as his cheering Brazilian classmates encourage their brave friend!

Dedicated taekwondo student Cody Piver has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop him from bringing his "hammer fist" to this epic martial arts demonstration.

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