He Used to Say ‘Why me?’ – Now This Philly 11th-grader Studies His Own Disease

They come by the thousands each year for summer programs at elite American colleges — high-powered high-schoolers seeking an early taste of life on campus, many hoping that it will give them a leg up when they later apply to the very same colleges.

Yuva Gambhir was among them last summer at the University of Pennsylvania, where he spent a month in a lab studying a grim disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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