ELIZABETH PAYNE AND BRAD HUNTER
Nearly three months at the Children's Hospital in the Eastern Hospital, a strange polio condition, a four-year-old boy was returning home and preparing for school.
Life is very different, before Xavier Downton moved to CHEO, on September 4, his family thought it was a flu.
That boy, looking forward to the hockey, uses a wheelchair; Doctors and therapists think it is temporary.
"They think they're going to walk again and they probably run again," said her mother, Rachelle Downton. "It's just time to take it".
Javier, now, has little use of the right arm, forced him to be left, his master tells him something that prevailed.
Previously, Xavier and his family's challenges have been challenging due to acute myelitis flácid due to strange conditions that have fallen during the Labor Day weekend.
Acute flácido myelitis (AFM) is used to describe sudden sudden suddenness of the weakness due to inflammation of the spinal cord.
The story of Xavier From 31 countries, mysteries and strange stories from the 31 countries of the United States have been opened, with at least 250 children surrounded.
Here, the Canadian Public Health Agency has confirmed that AFM 201 countries were possible in 2018 – 25 confirmed and 23 were investigated.
The authors still do not know what we are affecting with myelitis flácido (AFM) or how to deal with it or avoid it.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (nowadays more than 170 cases of people with AFC symptoms are being studied).
Most patients had mild respiratory illnesses or mumps, in accordance with viruses, before becoming ill.
In cases of non-poliovirus, it is similar to polio. This year's health officials are a condition that causes more concern.