This piece was part of a package that won a 2005 Pulitzer Prize in explanatory reporting. Cook uses narrative in this piece to show the “real people” who could be helped by advances in stem cell technology. It’s a sad story about the parents of an ill boy whose hopes for stem cells outpace their current promise.

Read “Desperate Parents Chase a Stem-Cell Miracle,” by Gareth Cook

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