Charity offers to pay for 7-year-old's lifesaving treatment; drug maker still refuses | Fox NewsA pediatric cancer charity is offering to pay for 7-year-old cancer survivor Josh Hardy to receive lifesaving medication that could cure him of a potentially deadly virus.
But Chimerix, the pharmaceutical company that produces the medication, is still refusing to give Josh the treatment he so desperately needs. In fact, a representative for the charity said he tried speaking with Chimerix CEO Kevin Moch about Josh's case - but Moch hung up on him.
Poor kid, hope he gets the drugs he needs. On a side note, my wife used to work for Mr. Moch and was floored to see him on the front page.