What would you ask Hank Azaria?
- Apr 24 '17
Shawn King: What do you think the chances are for a cure? Do they say-
Jessica Davenport: Cures happen every day, it’s the funding, we have to do it. I mean we’re funding this by ourselves, and if they can get the money that they need-
Shawn King: So it’s money and a timeline?
Jessica Davenport: Mhm.
Kyle Davenport: They say it’s gonna be a 5-year research, and they tell us they’re confident they can find-
Jessica Davenport: They’re excited about it.
Kyle Davenport: It’s a different type of feeling, when we went. They’re excited about new things and the opportunities they get to do, and we’re just scared.
Shawn King: Yeah.
Kyle Davenport: I’m scared to put my kids into research-
Shawn King: Sure.
Kyle Davenport: Or anything, but they’re excited about it and-
Shawn King: Because they know-
Jessica Davenport: It’s hopeful.
Kyle Davenport: It makes you feel better that there’s people out there that really want and have a passion for helping people.
Shawn King: And you guys are fighting a deadline.
Jessica Davenport: Yes.
Shawn King: Because they say that-
Jessica Davenport: They say life expectancy is 9 to 11 years, and we have a 2 and a 3 year old with—if research takes 5 years, you’re putting them at there, that timeline.
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