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Infant son’s rare genetic disease inspire Mesa couple

Twenty-four hours after the birth of their son, a Mesa couple’s lives were turned upside down after learning he was born with a rare medical condition. For weeks, in between hospital stays and new challenges, Brandon and Chancee Culp never gave up hope and now they’re raising

NIH renews $13M contract with Penn’s gene therapy program

The National Institutes of Health has once again renewed a five-year contract with the University of Pennsylvania’s gene therapy program, which will receive $13 million to support the advancement of gene-therapy research to the clinic. The contract was awarded by National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to

Family hopes to see rare medical condition eradicated

MESA — Guided by faith, an Arizona family is on a mission to raise awareness of and eradicate a rare genetic condition that impacts about 500 children every year, including their toddler son. Along the way, they also hope to bring comfort and support to other families

Our Testimony of God’s Goodness in the Land of the Living

Brandon and I found out on June 20th, 2017 that we were expecting our first baby. The entire pregnancy was “textbook,” in fact, my doctor always called it “boring,” and we were grateful for that. With every passing week my “What to Expect” app kept track of