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Boy appeals to First Minister over muscular dystrophy treatment – Glasgow Evening Times

Monday, 22 February, 2016

Boy appeals to First Minister over muscular dystrophy treatment – Glasgow Evening Times

Problems with heart and lung muscles mean that few born with Duchenne muscular dystrophy currently live to 30. In a letter to the First Minister, Michael wrote: "I need your help. I have medicine called Translarna. Some boys have the same problem as me ...

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