|Strongin tells the moving and incredibly inspiring story of her family''s search for a cure for her son''s life-threatening disease, and the impact Henry has had on the lives of so many.|
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Relates the author and her husband's struggle to save their son, Henry, from Fanconi anemia, through a ground-breaking process where they would have another baby through in-vitro fertilization in order to harvest stem-cells from its umbilical cord and transplant them into Henry's body. 40,000 first printing.
"Strongin's frank description of her experience as the mother of a dying child and her lucid explanations of medical jargon will be helpful and inspiring to parents in similar straits and a boon to those whose children suffer from Fanconi anemia." 02/01/2010