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  • A new medication has been developed to help children with dwarfism. 1 / 6

  • The drug helps regulate bone development by interfering with the protein that blocks its growth. 2 / 6

  • Many kids with dwarfism require spinal surgery and rehab early on in life, but this could change things. 3 / 6

  • Kids taking this medication grew an average of two centimetres annually. 4 / 6

  • The only mild side effect common in all the participants was injection site pain, swelling, headache, cough, and low-grade fever. 5 / 6

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