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The Doctors share photos of La'Mareea, whose "warrior queen" photo shoot went viral. La'Mareea was born with caudal regression syndrome, a syndrome with the potential to be missing bones in the lower legs and lower spine. Yet, having no legs didn't stop La'Mareea!
La'Mareea and her mother, Angela, join The Doctors on Skype. Angela explains she saw a post on Facebook looking for models of a specific age and when she asked the photographer if her daughter was eligible because she didn't have legs, the photographer said "absolutely!"
La'Mareea talks about how her classmates' responses to the photos made her excited. She also shares her special relationship with her brother, who helps her around the house and watches over her at school.
The Doctors heard La'Mareea was in need of a new wheelchair so they surprised her with a customized one from Merits Health Products. La'Mareea got emotional at this news, saying, "When people know what I'm going through and my condition and want to help me it makes me really happy!"