9 Kids Who Beat The Odds To Live Extraordinary Lives.
"Why fit in when you are born to stand out?" There are many people all over the world who have faced and fought against countless undesirable circumstances. No matter what life throws at them, they always stand tall and proud. Here are some of the youngsters whose stories will definitely blow your mind.
Asher Nash is the adorable boy who ruled 2016.
His mother started a revolution when she brought to light the double standards and prejudices that prevail in our society. With the help of different social media platforms and a rally, she finally managed to land an interview with OshKosh B'Gosh. Initially, Asher was denied the opportunity to be a part of the company’s ad campaign as they didn’t require “a baby with special needs.” After his interview, he signed a contract for their 2017 spring ad campaign.
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Bayezid Hossain is a 4-year-old suffering from Progeria.
In this condition, a person ages at eight times the normal rate. He also suffers from various other problems like a swollen face, hollow eyes, and sagging skin because of his condition. He might have a disrupted physical growth but mentally he is very alert and also very intuitive for his age.
Tessa Evans is a 2-year-old suffering from an extremely rare condition called complete congenital arhinia.
There have only been 47 cases reported of this condition. Tessa underwent a cosmetic surgery to rebuild her missing nose. A mould was inserted into her face to slowly build the missing facial features.
Shiloh Pepin was born with Sirenomelia which is also known as mermaid syndrome.
Shiloh was born with her lower extremities fused, no bladder, no uterus, no rectum, and no vagina. She had only one quarter of a kidney and a 6-inch large colon. The girl died at the young age of 10 in 2009 due to a severe case of pneumonia. She made an appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s show and was also the focus of TLC’s special “Mermaid Girl”.
Pan Xianhang suffers from a genetic skin disorder called Ichthyosis.
A person with this disorder generally develops a patch of dry skin on some parts of the body. But in Pan’s case, the disorder is extremely severe and he is popularly known as the fish boy. His scales have affected the shape of his eyes and mouth. It has also limited his movement.
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