Athlete living with spina bifida talks overcoming debilitating effects of surgery

Misty Diaz, who was born with a severe form of spina bifida, tells ABC's Maggie Rulli how she hasn't let her birth defect stop her from defying the odds and living an active lifestyle.
1:17 | 08/21/19

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I. I was there for ten days was giving me. Today. And then when it last cry. Recently I was still severely. Losing everything. Allotments. What was that is currently. I just honestly I'm too young for it. And it's time for five case I went online. Now on line. Showed up in a purple acute care and payload issues and in. And when everybody here and stopped when everybody stopped and that was it. And I would then shot after. Philly got everything that.

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