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A tenacious student uncovered the root of an onslaught of broken bones

For as far back as he can remember, Aaron Blocker’s bones had given him trouble. Born with severely bowed legs, Blocker as a baby wore metal leg braces while he slept, which enabled him to walk. Even so, he said, his legs “always hurt.” The rash of broken bones started when he was 10 years old and fell on his hand, fracturing several fingers. A few years later he broke his nose for the first time when it was clipped, not forcefully, by a swing made of soft plastic.Subscribe to The Post Most news

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