Nemours doctors research leads to first approved SMA drug
A Sher Camp was 6 months old when his pediatrician noticed that something wasn't quite right.

He didn't have the reflexes a baby his age should have and couldn't support his head and neck. He wasn't hitting many of the milestones a 6-month-old is supposed to hit.

His parents, Amanda and Jeremy, of Lakeland, were referred to a neurologist for more tests. And the news wasn't good. Asher was diagnosed with a relatively rare genetic disorder called spinal muscular atrophy, or SMA. He might not make it to age 2, they were told....

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