Trish Jackson Has No Arms And 6 Holes In Her Heart, But She Uses Disability To Inspire Other People
May 9, 2018 17:49
When thousands of pregnant women took Thalidomide as a treatment for morning sickness in 1950s-1960s, they were assured it was safe for their kids. But it turned out that it actually crossed the placental barrier.
As a result, 10 thousand babies worldwide were born with defects, including malformed or missing legs and arms. Many of them died days after their birth, but many survived. And Trish Jackson is one of such people.