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Stanford University: New Form of Gene Therapy Could Cure Hemophilia in Mice

October 30, 2014

[glossary_exclude] A technique developed by Stanford researchers could provide a safer, longer-lasting method of replacing faulty, disease-causing genes with working copies. The ability to pop a working copy of a faulty gene into a patient’s genome is a tantalizing goal for many clinicians treating genetic diseases. Now, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine […]


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