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Cerebral palsy patient, author discusses faith with BSU audience

March 20, 2013

Justin Fisher, left, talks with Mississippi State University senior Emily Sullivan at a book signing for Fisher’s book “I Can’t Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand)” after he addressed BSU students during their Noonday luncheon. Fisher was born with cerebral palsy, and Sullivan has a different form of the condition called schizencephaly. (Photo by Steven Nalley, SDN)

Justin Fisher was born with cerebral palsy, a neuro-muscular condition that limits his abilities in terms of balance, walking and other motor skills. Sometimes, Fisher said, people asked him if he would relive his life without cerebral palsy given the chance.

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