Less than three months after she was paralyzed by a genetic abnormality, Chloe Wash, right, was making brownies with big sister Natalie.
Less than three months after she was paralyzed by a genetic abnormality, Chloe Wash, right, was making brownies with big sister Natalie. © Mark Cornelison
Less than three months after she was paralyzed by a genetic abnormality, Chloe Wash, right, was making brownies with big sister Natalie. © Mark Cornelison

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