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Mom Finds Experimental Drug for Twins’ Fatal Cholesterol Condition; FDA Approves Treatment Under Compassionate Use Program

April 20, 2009 by  
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Good Morning America reports on the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of Addi and Cassi’s compassionate use Investigational New Drug Application to give them intravenous infusions of cyclodextrin, a non toxic sugar compound found in everyday food products. Cyclodextrin may have the ability to remove trapped cellular cholesterol from Addi and Cassi’s brain, liver and spleens.

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One Response to “Mom Finds Experimental Drug for Twins’ Fatal Cholesterol Condition; FDA Approves Treatment Under Compassionate Use Program”
  1. John says:

    This was a very sad video. I am glad they were able to get the FDA’s permission to use this cyclodextrin and wish them all the best.

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