Firmly in the grip of his assistant, Kacey Walker, Stanwood’s Todd Duitsman, who has been paralyzed since a 2014 body surfing accident on Maui, stands up from his wheelchair and attempts a step forward Wednesday at the Marysville YMCA. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

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