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How Climbing Helps One Young Woman Deal With a Rare Genetic Disorder

This is a short film about an extraordinary young woman called Pip.

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Pip has a rare genetic disorder called DDX3X that leads to learning disabilities and communication challenges. Pip was first introduced to climbing when she was just four years old. Her passion and ability has grown over the years, becoming a positive catalyst for change across many areas of her life.