They said he will never walk or talk, but see what happened

They said he will never walk or talk, but see what happened

- Boy was born with an extremely rare disorder that left his parents heartbroken

- Doctors said he will never walk or talk due to his almost unheard of condition

- Today, little Victor does not only live a normal life, but he also goes to school

- His parents are now raising awareness on how to cope with the disorder

Doctors said he will never walk or talk. His parents almost lost hope. But three years later, Victor is still alive, kicking, and even going to school just like any other kid his age.

The little miracle boy from New York was born with an extremely rare condition known as Cloves syndrome. According to the medics, this is a condition that leads to certain parts of the body growing faster than others.

Statistics show there are only about 200 people suffering from this disorder in the whole world and Victor is one of them. However, unlike the rest, Victor has proven everyone wrong.

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They said he will never walk or talk, but see what happened

Little Victor.

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“He has amazed everyone. His condition has never stopped him from living his life like any other child out there. Even the doctors are impressed,” says Jenny Padilla, Victor’s mother.

The boy, according to the parents, Jenny and her husband Jerry Padilla, has since been enrolled into school and is coping well despite his disability.

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They said he will never walk or talk, but see what happened

Victor goes to school despite his rare disability.

Jenny is especially grateful for the modern and advanced technologies and doctors for helping them understand how to take care of Victor.

“There are many kids suffering from Cloves and who have never been diagnosed. We truly appreciate the doctors for letting us know about our boy early,” says Jenny.

They said he will never walk or talk, but see what happened

Meet the family.

She now wants to raise awareness about Cloves and help other parents with children suffering from the rare condition understand how to cope with it.

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Watch hope-lifting video of Victor who suffers from Cloves syndrome but lives normals life:

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