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Tiffany Moe wears a high-tech prosthetic leg that allows her to live life like a normal teenager. (Brian Basham / Record)

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Two years after doctors told 18-year-old Tiffany Moe she'd never walk again, she stands tall - walking, working, going to school and sometimes even playing Tae Kwon Do - with a prosthetic leg.

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At 14, Tiffany was diagnosed with Mesenchymal chondrosarcoma, a rare form of cartilage cancer that grows rapidly and occurs more often in children and young adults.

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