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  • CP


    CP, Cp, cP, cp, cp., or C.P. may refer to:

  • Alex Hendricks


    Alexander William Hendricks (born April 13, 1996) is an American cerebral palsy football player. He has paralysis on the left side of his body as a result of complications from a brain biopsy that created 2 strokes and a brain hemorrhage when he was a 13-year-old. Hendricks plays cerebral palsy football for the USPNT. After being called up in 2011, he has won a bronze medal at the 2012 BT Paralympic World Cup in Manchester, England, and went on to participate at 2012 Summer Paralympics where the USPNT lost all 5 games they played. Following those Games, he has continued to be called up to the national team, including the 2014 American Cup in Toronto, Canada of which the USPNT won a bronze medal. More recently he joined the USPNT for the 2016 Pre Paralympic Tournament in Salou, Spain. He then went on to participate at 2016 Summer Paralympics where the USPNT won 1 game, tied 1 game and lost 2 games.

  • McCaughey septuplets


    The McCaughey septuplets (born November 19, 1997), are septuplets (seven offspring) born to Kenny and Bobbi McCaughey in Des Moines, Iowa, United States. They are the world's first set of surviving septuplets. Bobbi and Kenny McCaughey (pronounced "McCoy") had one daughter, Mikayla Marie, born January 3, 1996. While under treatment with ovulation-stimulating Metrodin for infertility, Bobbi became pregnant with seven babies. The McCaugheys, residents of the town of Carlisle, declined selective reduction to reduce the number of infants, saying that they would "put it in God's hands". The obstetricians primarily responsible for the medical care of the babies were Karen Drake and Paula Mahone. The septuplets, four boys and three girls, were born nine weeks prematurely in Des Moines on November 19, 1997. They were born by Caesarean section, all within six minutes. They were the world's first set of surviving septuplets.

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