A four year old boy from Berkshire has taken his first steps after pioneering surgery in America which doctors, here, said would not help. Zakk Burks from Ascot was born with severe brain damage and was later diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Before his operation - his legs were completely straight and he was in a lot of pain. Hospitals here refused to fund the surgery as they thought his condition was too severe. But his parents refused to give up on him and raised the sixty thousand pounds needed to pay for it in America.
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