Cerebral palsy no obstacle for happy hiker, biker, Ph.D.-to-be

The most remarkable thing about Brad Hintze is not that he is an honors student who manages to earn high marks, but that he struggles just to feed himself and talk.

It's not that he has managed to cycle thousands of miles and hike numerous mountain peaks despite the challenges of cerebral palsy.

It's not that he had several of the nation's brainiac schools lining up this year to give him a scholarship in their Ph.D. biochemistry programs, with Duke University coming out the winner.

It's none of those things. The most remarkable thing about Brad Hintze is that he looks like he needs our help — but maybe we need his.

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