Wilma Rudolph

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History

 

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Diana D

 

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September 25, 2015

 

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University

 

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She was born prematurely at 4 ? pounds. In the 1940's because of racial segregation, Wilma was not permitted to be cared for at the local hospital. It was for whites only. Because of lack of money, Blanche spent the next several years nursing Wilma through her various illnesses. As a child she had measles, mumps, scarlet fever, chicken pox, and double pneumonia, but she had to be taken to a hospital when it was discovered her left leg and foot were becoming weak and deformed...
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As a child she had measles, mumps, scarlet fever, chicken pox, and double pneumonia, but she had to be taken to a hospital when it was discovered her left leg and foot were becoming weak and deformed. When she was diagnosed with polio, a crippling disease with no cure the doctors told her she would never walk again...
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