We spent the prime of our daughter’s childhood in doctors’ offices and hospital clinics. No one could tell us what was wrong with Rory—a medical mystery that not only took a toll on her health, but on our family as well.
Five years ago, Chris Leeuw left Indiana as a paralyzed young man with a dim prognosis. He came back walking —and asking a lot of questions: Why didn’t his home state offer the extended treatment that rescued him from a wheelchair-bound life? And could he step up and change the system himself?