voice 2: Mr and Mrs Ulas have had many difficulties. They have struggled to care for their large family. The people who live near them have been hostile towards them. They drive the five young people away when they see them. These local people do not like the Ulas children because their behaviour is different from normal.
voice 1: All parents want their children to be loved and accepted. The Ulas parents are no different. Mr Ulas said, 'I would give everything I have to help my children walk normally'. Mr and Mrs Ulas were very unhappy when they heard what the scientists were suggesting. They were angry that these scientists seemed to be saying their children were not really human.