Drug Helps Vermont Boy Walk Again

Max LeClair, 10, has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
3:00 | 11/09/12

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So -- about it. Problem two miles into the parade itself fire and I am tired. -- -- And we have fallen off the lead by about fifty Arabs and get behind us if we look behind. Most of the parade is still worrying me back that there. Next you don't need Iran. It's hard to keep them slowed -- run. To be in the front. Eight yourself and -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Retired. -- -- -- -- -- I'd imagine we're about halfway done with the parade. I think it's about three of four miles. You know I can't get it. You know we get to the end we get -- Syracuse.

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