Teen with cerebral palsy to run in Houston marathon

01/14/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Andy Sullman, 18, who has cerebral palsy, says he has been able to regain feeling in his left side after taking up running when his traditional physical therapy stopped working. "It's given him independence for life. It's given him normality. There are so many kids out there with [cerebral palsy]; maybe this can give them hope," said his mother, Dominque Sullman.

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