Research sheds new light on gene therapy for blood disorders

Research from experts at Michigan Medicine, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Penn Medicine is breaking ground on new ways of treating blood disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, through gene therapy. The study ...


'Geneva patient' the latest in long-term remission from HIV

A man dubbed the "Geneva patient" is the latest person with HIV to be declared in long-term remission—however he did not receive a transplant with a virus-blocking gene mutation like previous cases, researchers said on ...


Gene mutation may explain why some don't get sick from COVID-19

People who contract COVID-19 but never develop symptoms—the so-called super dodgers—may have a genetic ace up their sleeve. They're more than twice as likely as those who become symptomatic to carry a specific gene variation ...

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