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Cracking the Code A family doctor shares a mother and father s determination to save their sonThis story of a father s search to find a diagnosis, and ultimately a cure, for his son s mystery disease is an inspiration that has set the world of genetic medicine and research abuzz with the possibilities for the future After Cracking the Code screened on Australian Story Stephen Damiani and his extraordinary ordinary family, have been inundated with messages of support for Mission Massimo Stephen has a background in construction economics and risk management He teamed with geneticist Ryan Taft to map his family s genome in an attempt to discover the cause of his son s illness and in the process developed a diagnostic tool that will revolutionise diagnoses and treatments of diseases as complex and rare as Massimo s leukodystrophy to widespread diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular diseasePreviously, trying to find a specific gene mutation that might be responsible for a disease was a million times harder than finding a needle in a haystack Stephen s suggestion that Ryan align the genomes, or DNA blueprints, of himself, his wife Sally as well as Massimo, to find any unique variations and thereby create a smaller haystack was previously untried Stephen convinced Massimo s neurologist, Dr Rick Leventer at Melbourne s RCH, that it was just a case of technology, statistics, data, and money, but that it could be done Once Taft was able to locate and isolate the specific genetic mutation of Massimo s DARS gene, the hunt was on to find other children with the same genetic mutation so that the diagnoses could be confirmed With the help of Dr Adeline Vanderver at the Children s National Hospital in Washington DC, along with Prof Marjo van der Knaap and Dr Nicole Wolf in Amsterdam, they were able to locate several other children with DARS mutations and have now moved on to the next phase of Mission Massimo finding a cureCracking the Code is simultaneously a wonderful family 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moved on to the next phase of Mission Massimo finding a cureCracking the Code is simultaneously a wonderful family memoir and the story of some mind blowing discoveries in medicine


About the Author: Leah Kaminsky

Leah Kaminsky, is a physician and award winning writer Her debut novel The Waiting Room won the Voss Literary Prize and was shortlisted for the Helen Asher Award The Hollow Bones, won the 2019 International Book Awards in both Historical Fiction Literary Fiction Categories The Fish Council will be published in 2020 We re all Going to Die has been described as a joyful book about death She edited Writer MD and co authored Cracking the Code Her poetry collection, Stitching Things Together, was a finalist in the Anne Elder Award She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.



10 thoughts on “Cracking the Code

  1. Antony Antony says:

    Cracking the Code is an inspiring story of how parental love and determination helped save a little boy from a mystery disease using some mind blowing science I saw this family on Australian Story a couple of years ago and absolutely fell in love with Massimo s gorgeous smile The book provides an incredible insight to the seemingly endless onslaught of financial, medical and personal challenges needing to be overcome It is an intense read where even the most hardened will find themselves well Cracking the Code is an inspiring story of how parental love and determination helped save a little boy from a mystery disease using some mind blowing science I saw this family on Australian Story a couple of years ago and absolutely fell in love with Massimo s gorgeous smile The book provides an incredible insight to the seemingly endless onslaught of financial, medical and personal challenges needing to be overcome It is an intense read where even the most hardened will find themselves welling up on occasion Well written with the perfect balance of science that will make you want to hug your children a littleevery night

  2. Heidi Heidi says:

    The subject matter of this book was fascinating and I was amazed at what this family managed to achieve in the medical and scientific worlds for the sake of their son but the writing quality wasn t the best I found it difficult to follow the book at times primarily because the writing jumped around a bit But it was an AMAZING book and anyone interested in medical and scientific advances would find it interesting I believe.

  3. Helen Helen says:

    This book is brilliant As someone with an interest in genetics who works with children with disabilities, I was entranced by the family s passion to find out what was wrong with their son, and how to help him.And they are Australian, though it took some of the world s best minds to solve the problem.

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