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"All the work we did in the past has laid the foundation for this," says Cindy Parseghian about a new drug being tested for Neimann-Pick Type C, which killed three of her four children.
In the 18 years since her family began advancing research into the extremely rare, fatal disease that killed three of her four children, Cindy Parseghian has never felt more hopeful about a treatment.
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