When Michael Shearman carried his six-year-old son, Max, the length of the Kokoda Track in 2017, he could barely have imagined how it would change lives.
Max has cerebral palsy and Mr Shearman took on the 96 kilometre trail to raise awareness and funds for a new treatment called a TheraSuit.
Their mission made headlines in the PNG newspapers, and caught the attention of Port Moresby resident Michelle Tanga Uri.
Read more here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-12/cerebral-palsy-mission-forges-lifelong-png-connection/10210028
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