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Boy who would live only 2 years surprises doctors

Boy who would live only 2 years surprises doctors

On 12 August, American Dallan Cloward will turn 30. What may be considered banal to many, is a real victory for him and his family. At birth, Chad, the boy's father, heard from the doctors that his son would not live for more than two years. This is because Dallan was diagnosed with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, which causes physical and intellectual delays in development.

But despite the various difficulties, the young man has surpassed all medical expectations and this is undoubtedly a celebration for the family. Thus, Dallan's father has prepared 30 fun activities to do together with his son to celebrate the date.

The celebrations began on June 27 and will go to his birthday. They have already camped in the Grand Canyon, rode a roller coaster and took a train ride between mountains. Dallan and the father in the car going to celebrate the boy's birthday - Photo: Dallan and his baby - Photo: Press Release / Facebook

Dallan and his father in the car going to celebrate the boy's birthday - Photo : Disclosure / Facebook


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