I'm not sure I care about a cure for my son's D anymore. (dont get me wrong, I'd jump at the chance)....but I'm not preoccupied like I once was. My son's D doesn't effect him to the extent he doesnt live and do the things that non-Ds do. So many examples of life long D's with good health and old age has made living with D not too damn bad. If there's no cure for him, I dont believe either of us are going to sweat it. What I pray for now is there IS a cure, vaccination, genetic test, etc. My biggest D wish is that my son not be forced to go through what each of us have been through with a D child of his on. As only a young adult, he can't yet understand a parent's anguish regarding a child's disability and I pray he forever lacks that understanding. I wish for all our children that they never can truly empathize with us and they continue to believe we're just crazy, overprotective, complusive, idiot parents with nothing better to do than ask "how's your blood?"