Updated Jul. 16, 2014 at 3:20 p.m.

Premium Lock Josh Hardy, treated with experimental Chimerix drug, is going home

Published: 2014-07-16 14:37:00
Updated: 2014-07-16 15:20:30

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Chimerix, the Durham-based drug company working on experimental medicine that could save the life of a seven-year-old Josh Hardy, was granted approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to administer the drug to the boy in March. On Wednesday, his mother said he is doing well and going home....

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To immaanoid and imonyx....God does deserve praise, exactly who do you think blessed those good doctors, scientist, etc. with the knowledge, skill and willpower to help invent such drugs. God works through medicine, doctors, nurses, scientist and so on, even those unbelievers such as yourselves. Think on that one!
Well, if he was going to die without the medicine, then obviously "god" was a failure. He lived because of the medicine, so I would think the R&D staff at Chimerix deserve the kudos.

What an insult to the people that worked on the drug by this woman.
If all the glory goes to god, then why was chimerix or its drug or the doctors or the nurses or the hospital necessary? I have a feeling there is a lot more praise to be distributed here.
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