“I can’t move, eat alone or hold my head up … But I’m happy!”

Laura Peraita



He is 25 years old. He cannot walk, he cannot eat alone, he cannot move his arms, he cannot hold his head up, he cannot … “But if I take stock, I can say that I have had a happy life.” This is how resounding Xavi Argemí confesses, a young man who, lying in his house in a town near Tarrasa (Barcelona), live day by day with Duchenne, an incurable degenerative disease that limits all his muscular capacity, and for which they predicted a few years of life that he has far exceeded.

This faithful and inseparable travel companion has not prevented him from losing the illusion, get a university degree in Multimedia, want to work and even write a biographical book that he has just seen

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