Not many people can say that they’ve visited all seven continents, but one of the lucky few who can is this wheelchair-user named Cory Lee. Cory, 30, was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy at a very young age. Because of his condition, he began using a wheelchair at the age of 4. His mother, Sandy
Brittany Stineman was told that her son, Nash, wouldn’t live past his second birthday because he had spinal muscular atrophy with respiratory distress – a rare neuromuscular disease. But Nash has been defying the odds ever since his diagnosis and recently, he celebrated his third birthday! Birthday parties typically look the same for most children.