CureDuchenne and Baebies: How a nonprofit and biotech startup are fighting ‘to save babies’

DURHAM – Back in 2003, new mother Debra Miller with her husband, Paul, founded CureDuchenne after their only son was diagnosed with Duchenne, a rapidly progressing form of muscular dystrophy.

No doubt, it’s been a long haul working to find the best therapies for the disease.

But there is now reason to be even more hopeful.

Talking strategic partnerships: Bill Wofford, Debra Miller, Richard West and Chris Pendland at LaunchBio’s Invest in Cures forum.

Just last month, the nonprofit headquartered in California announced a three-year partnership with Durham-based Baebies. A growth-stage company, Baebies is delivering innovative products and services for newborn screening and pediatric testing.

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