"It is just your best friend. The mind that becomes your playmatePaul Alexander, a polio survivor, is one of the last people in the world to use a steel lung. He is already 65 years old. At the age of 6 his mother recognizes his signs of the disease. "She said: & # 39; Oh no. Please God, not us"He could not move at the end of the week." After a tracheostoma, Paul Alexander was eventually placed in a steel lung.
This event, however, did not stop him from pursuing his desires, especially not to go to school. "I realized that education, learning, diploma & # 39; s, all these things were the only way to achieve my goalsPaul Alexander studied law at the University of Texas while he was locked up in his iron lung and paralyzed from head to toe. A handicap that has never stopped him from seeing his customers. & # 39;They always said: & # 39; That's great. You must be a tough guy. We want you as a lawyer. & # 39;"