The FDA Might Pull The Only Treatment for a Rare Form of Muscular Dystrophy
The disease is so severe that most people with it don't live past their 20s.
Living With It
What It's Like to be a Disabled Refugee
Three stories from the camps in Greece.
Why CRISPR Never Could Have Come Out of Silicon Valley
Motherboard caught up with Jennifer Doudna at the Gairdner Awards in Toronto, where she’s being honoured as a pioneer of the gene editing technology.
CRISPR Technique Could ‘Turn Off’ Muscular Dystrophy Gene, Study Says
The corrected DNA could be inherited by subsequent generations of cells.
Neither Big nor Easy
Remembering New Orleans's Funniest Disability Advocate
Jonah Bascle wasn't just a beloved comedian—he was an artist, an activist, and a rabble-rouser whose work advocating for wheelchair access should be remembered just as much as his jokes.
Michael Patrick Welch
Henrik Silvius's Clothes Will Turn You into a Superhero
Last we heard, he was a fashion blogger and muscular dystrophy sufferer, receiving 24-hour care. He's now a menswear designer, and we caught up with him ahead of his first runway show.