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Hunting for a Cure: Researcher Brings New Muscular Dystrophy Treatments to Seattle
October 24, 2014
The day doctors told Karen Twede her son Erik had Duchenne muscular dystrophy, she went straight home and searched for the mysterious illness in her medical dictionary. She read: “A progressive muscle disease in which there is gradual weakening and wasting of the muscles. There is no cure.” “My breath caught in my throat,” Twede […]
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