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[4/18/2012] Leading experts on congenital muscular dystrophy convene at Unive...

[1/5/2012] MDA Awards $1 Million to Tivorsan Pharmaceuticals for Acceleratin...

[1/4/2012] Halo Therapeutics' HT-100 Receives FDA's Orphan Designati...

[12/19/2011] MDA Awards $750,000 to Help Summit Test New Drug Formulation in P...

[12/13/2011] Some muscular dystrophy patients at increased risk for cancer

[12/13/2011] Type of Muscular Dystrophy Linked to Raised Cancer Risk

[11/9/2011] Children's Hospital Boston and Pfizer Enter Into Novel Collab...

[8/23/2011] Muscular Dystrophy Association Awards $13.7 Million for 40 New Re...

[8/15/2011] MDA Collaborates with AVI BioPharma on First Phase 2 Placebo-Cont...

[4/4/2011] Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy Awards $750,000 Grant to Silden...

[2/1/2011] PTC Therapeutics and Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy Advance Dr...

[12/27/2010] Human protein improves muscle function of muscular dystrophy mice

[9/13/2010] Blacks with muscular dystrophy die 10-12 years younger than white...

[9/3/2010] Rochester leads international effort to improve muscular dystroph...

[8/20/2010] International Research Team Closes In On Cause of Common Form of ...

[6/4/2010] The SCOOTER Store Donates Scooter to High School Student With Mus...

[5/21/2010] Gene Therapy Shows Promise for Muscular Dystrophy

[5/4/2010] Heart drug effective for treating symptom of muscular dystrophy

[3/15/2010] Researchers discover chemical that may protect hearts of muscular...

[1/19/2010] PTC Therapeutics Announces Additional Study of Ataluren in Patien...


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