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Topic - Batten
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — All three of Darlene Royalty's daughters began going blind at age 8, victims of a rare and brutal brain disorder with no cure.
"When it comes to a clinical trial, usually there's a big drug company behind it," he said. "This is a rare disease, so actually figuring out how to raise the resources is very difficult."