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Gaurav Gyanwali almost 7 years ago
Very inspirational! science as well. it's a must for science student as well!!!
Alexandra Rando almost 8 years ago
no words can describe how heartbreaking this movie is, absolute tear jerker :'(
Eugenio 4 years ago
maddie 5 years ago
Antonio Rodríguez over 5 years ago
Jim Barton 6 years ago
Ricardo Pulice almost 7 years ago
Mona Lucius over 7 years ago
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Gage Wright almost 8 years ago
Julian De Tavira almost 8 years ago
John Giles almost 8 years ago
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Gustavo Gómez almost 8 years ago
Hans Dovenspike almost 8 years ago
Nathan almost 8 years ago
Matthew Smith-Stubbs almost 8 years ago
Timothy Reeves almost 8 years ago
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Carles almost 8 years ago
Lorenzo's Oil is a 1992 drama film directed by George Miller. It is based on a true story of Augusto and Michaela Odone, two parents in a relentless search for a cure for their son Lorenzo's adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD). The film was nominated for two Academy Awards. Failing to find a doctor capable of treating their young son Lorenzo's rare disease, Augusto and Michaela Odone sought their own cure. They set out on a mission to find a treatment to save their child. In their quest, the Odones clashed with doctors, scientists, and support groups, who were skeptical that anything could be done about ALD, much less by laypeople. But they persisted, setting up camp in medical libraries, reviewing animal experiments, badgering researchers, questioning top doctors all over the world, and even organizing an international symposium about the disease. Despite dead ends of research, the horror of watching their son's health decline, and being surrounded by skeptics (including the coordinators of...
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