Skye Swinton, who is a four-years-old, was diagnosed by doctors with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy. This conical disease left the child totally unsteady. The little girl was not able to stand on her own feet and was unable to travel at all without using a wheel chair.
The little girl's family was nearly shattered because of the condition of their 4-year-old daughter until the day they found out that the condition of their angel could be improved with the help of a revolutionary operation.
According to medics, this operation is known as selective dorsal rhizotomy. Also, the family of the patient knew that the solution to their daughter's problem was only in carrying out this operation.
According to a latest report, this young cerebral palsy sufferer has been able to walk for the first time because of the EuroMillions winners Chris and Colin Weir.
It has been recently revealed by the sources, that Britain's biggest lottery winners donated an amount of about £30,000 for the spinal surgery of this four-year-old girl.
This has helped the girl a lot and the toddler is now heading towards her first steps. Ruth Swinton, 39, said, "We're grateful to everyone who made it possible".
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