Little girl from Gaza learning to walk with new prosthetic leg

A two-year-old girl from the Gaza Strip is now learning walk with a new prosthetic leg after being treated at Cincinnati Children’s.

Lina Soud was born with a genetic abnormality in her right leg making it difficult for her to walk.

In January, she received a new prosthetic thanks to the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund who coordinated her trip to Cincinnati.

For more on her journey, click on Local 12.com.

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