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Netflix also snapped up this road-trip movie, which stars Selena Gomez alongside Paul Rudd's character Ben, who becomes a caregiver for an 18-year-old with muscular dystrophy.
Tests revealed that muscular dystrophy had first surfaced in an attack on Doug’s Achilles’ tendon.
Louisiana's law will eventually get the drug to people with cancer, a severe form of cerebral palsy, seizure disorders, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy and other diseases.
Hartman, who was originally from the Prince William Sound area, loved donating to firefighters in the fill-the-boot fundraiser for muscular dystrophy, said Jayne.
For decades Labor Day weekend belonged to Jerry Lewis’ annual telethon to raise money to fight muscular dystrophy.
An important experimental animal, zebrafish genes approximate those of humans closely enough that they’ve been used to investigate diseases such as muscular dystrophy and melanoma.
My son Oliver was born with Rigid Spine Syndrome, a rare form of muscular dystrophy that affects his mobility and motor skills.
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Definition of muscular dystrophy for English Language Learners
medical : a serious disease that causes increasing weakness of muscles
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