YES IT HAPPENED! AFTER 4 YEARS, I DID IT!!!!!
And Jade caught it all on camera! I am beyond proud
of myself, they said it wouldn't happened, but after almost a year of
pushing myself, I did it! I totally forgotten how tall I
was, Brandon too!
CLICK THIS LINK TO GO TO THE VIDEO!
CMT1A is a rare (1:5,000) hereditary motor and sensory demyelinating peripheral neuropathy (also known as Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy, HMSN) which is caused by an intrachromosomal duplication and consecutive toxic overexpression of the PMP22 gene on chromosome 17. CMT1A is one of the most common inherited peripheral nerve-related disorders which is passed down through families in an autosomal dominant fashion. CMT1A disease becomes evident in young adulthood and slowly progresses with distally pronounced muscle weakness and numbness. Pain can range from mild to severe. The disease can be highly debilitating with patients becoming wheel chair-bound and is often accompanied by severe cases of neurological pain. There is no known cure for this incapacitating disease.