Asa Marshal, a 27-year-old British Pakistani model and charity campaigner
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Model hopes 'deep-brain stimulation' will help mobility

A model who has cerebral palsy and dystonia is to have surgery for the first time to help ease some of the involuntary movement associated with the condition.

Asa Marshal, a 27-year-old British Pakistani, hopes the deep brain stimulation will reduce the pain she suffers.

She describes disability as a "speed bump" which will not stop her living life to the full.

BBC Asian Network's Anisa Kadri reports.

  • 13 Jan 2016
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