Mohamed’s journey to a new life

Mohamed faced a long journey to get where he is today. Shot in the back at age 9 in his home country of Somalia, he sustained a spinal cord injury that left his lower body paralyzed. Doctors told him he would never walk again. Then he came to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Mohamed's story, part one

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