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Mom searches for a cure for child’s fatal disease through nonprofit
Melissa Hogan founded Project Alive to help her 2-year-old son Case. He was diagnosed with Hunter syndrome, a rare genetic disease where children lose their ability to walk, speak and eat. She’s trying to raise $1.5 million to start clinical trials to help all kids with Hunter syndrome.
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