Good time for some Brasilian Portuguese speaking folks to connect up. Nothing
sounds better thousands of miles from home than your own language.
Poor kid. I hope this is not permanent.
Article quote: "According to her medical team, Lais underwent surgery to
realign and stabilize her spinal column," the university said in the
release. "Lais is awake and following commands but unable to move her arms
or legs and requires a ventilator to breathe."Man!, that's
awful. To me, health-wise, being paralyzed is my biggest fear.My
thoughs and prayers are with you, Lais.