In 2013, the Sedmihradsky family’s world came crashing down. Their son Max, 2 years old, was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). The news was devastating, beyond words, for Andrew and Kerri, Max’s parents. DMD is a rare disease, affecting mostly boys (1 in 3,500) and sometimes girls. There is no cure, and this degenerative muscle disease generally leads to a premature death, when young adults with DMD reach their 20’s or 30s. DMD is basically watching your child losing strength day after day.