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Parents Brandy and Joshua have battled to help their son while doctors are amazed he is alive as many with the condition are stillborn.

Brandy, 35, his full-time carer, said: 'We don't know what will happen in Tres' future, no one thought he would be here today.'It was very exciting celebrating his birthday and emotional, but very surreal waiting for the big day, I was an anxious mess worrying about him.'Tres reaching the age of 13 is a huge deal, it's surreal knowing he's made it this far, the past 13 years have been nothing but a fight for survival.' In craniofacial duplication, excess of the protein SHH leads to widening of facial features and to duplication of facial structures.

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They develop the ability to resolve conflict without hostility and negotiate with their partners.It is the result of abnormal activity by the protein SHH (sonic hedgehog - the name was inspired by the Sonic the Hedgehog video game character). Staffenberg, pediatric reconstructive plastic surgeon at NYU Langone, in New York City said: 'In the centre of the baby picture [of Trey], we can see the right nostril and at the top of the cleft lip is the baby's left nostril, between the two there is a small circular depression, this may be a small duplicated nostril.'There's a protein that seems to play a great role in how the face comes together, it can determine the width of the face and plays a role in how the brain, organs, fingers and toes develop.'Most of these disorders tend to be sporadic in their inheritance, it's likely that neither his mother or father had any history of it in their family, it's probably the result of a spontaneous mutation.'It's almost like being stuck by a bolt of lightning, it's a genetic equivalent of that.'As painful as it is to hear, more often than not parents are told the prognosis is dismal and nothing can be done.' Tres received over 14 different diagnoses before it was recognised that he had craniofacial duplication, also known as diprosopus, the Greek word for 'two faces'.Since then, he has undergone numerous operations to close the cleft and efforts to reshape his skull to help relieve pressure on his brain.Brandy said: 'It's been hard for us to find a doctor who will treat my son as a person and not a case study, many have offered to work with us but not with my son's best interest at heart.'One offered us a 'miracle surgery' to make him look normal, but I don't care about how he looks, what's important is he is alive and comfortable.'We have only done the surgeries that were necessary, not any cosmetic ones, we are not ashamed of him or how he looks and never will be.'The family have a Go Fund Me page here to raise money for their son's medical costs. Grey has a Master of Science in counseling psychology from the University of Central Arkansas.Boundaries are important because they determine acceptable treatment.

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