7-year-old is first in Ohio to receive "miracle" treatment (WJW)
Pediatric neurologist Ian Rossman, MD, PhD, and pediatric physiatrist Kathryn Mosher, MD, NeuroDevelopmental Science Center at Akron Children's, discuss the use of the breakthrough drug Exondys 51 to treat the Duchenne muscular dystrophy affecting seven-year-old Wyatt Hubbard. Originally aired on WJW on March 1, 2017.
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