Regulating a Revolution: Health Authorities Wade Into The Flood Of Gene Therapies,

1 December 2018

“Pharmaceuticals cannot always fix a malfunctioning human body. Sometimes the only way to treat what ails a person is to tinker with their genes: the blueprints for how biological systems are built and how they operate. Some researchers are using gene-editing techniques such as CRISPR to precisely alter DNA sequences. Others are genetically modifying immune cells to imbue them with the ability to fight cancer. And in the past couple of years, there has been a rapid acceleration in the development of a wide range of treatments in which disease-causing genes are replaced in their entirety.” Read the Report Article

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