By David Mittleman

Cerebral Palsy is a neurological disorder characterized by lack of muscle coordination, tight muscles, and exaggerated reflexes. It typically appears in infancy or early childhood and can be caused by trauma, including medical malpractice during labor and delivery. Approximately 17 million people worldwide are diagnosed with cerebral palsy, and it is estimated that 350 million people know someone who has the condition.

Michigan Teen to Carry Brother to Raise Awareness

Hunter Gandee, 15, embarked today on a hike to bring attention to cerebral palsy. He’ll be traveling 57 miles from Lambertville to Ann Arbor with …read more