At the Juilliard School for Performing Arts in New York City, Clark Kent encounters a young paraplegic dance student and his doctor, whose controversial, experimental treatments are making great strides toward ending paralysis. The mild-mannered reporter delves into the complex world of medical ethics and moral outrage, conducting interviews with other students, biological researchers, and protesters against the use of animals in medical tests. Clark takes an in-depth examination of the role of medical research in a world filled with magic and metagenes, consistently guided by the boundless determination of one young artist trying to do what many would call impossible.
Dedicated to Christopher Reeve.
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