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Boy’s controversial world-first treatment – Gympie Times

Parents are copping backlash for taking part in a drug trial that aims to help children with dwarfism grow to be an average height.



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Daisy Broadway knows there will always be people against what her and her partner Justin Ebbels are doing for their son Casper.
The Melbourne bub was enrolled in a controversial drug trial when he was months old and will receive daily injections until he’s 18 and old enough to decide for himself if he wants to continue treatment.
The world-first treatment, led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, is allowing those with achondroplasia to grow at the same rate as their peers and possibly…

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