January 22, 2010
A couple's two small children have a disease called Pompe, which kills most children before their tenth birthday. The parents work hard to find a cure for their children who are eight and six. They must find a cure before time runs out for their kids. The father finds a researcher named Robert Stonehill who has made great strides in an enzyme treatment that would help the children if it could be brought to market. Robert Stonehill is a difficult personality who drives funders away from him. The parents must help raise the money for the research that could save their children's lives. With time running out they need to raise the capital to fund clinical trials and research while keeping Stonehill from sabotaging both himself and the company.