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Paralyzed teenager learns to walk again after parents defied doctors

A schoolgirl who was left paralyzed after a stroke aged just 11 has wowed medics by learning to walk again – after her parents made a pact not to tell her that doctors had said it would be impossible.

Natalie Bentos-Pereira, 16, from North Carolina, was just 11 when she woke up one Friday in 2017 and felt something wasn’t quite right.

Despite being in pain, Natalie went to school but was later rushed to the hospital by her parents when she couldn’t walk. 

After several tests and examinations it was later found Natalie had suffered a spinal stroke.

Natalie Bentos-Pereira, 16, from North Carolina, was left paralyzed by a stroke aged 11, but has learned to walk again, despite doctors telling her parents it would be impossible  

Natalie Bentos-Pereira suffered a spinal stroke aged just 11 (pictured) prompting medics to say she would never walk again

Natalie Bentos-Pereira suffered a spinal…


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