A woman with sickle cell anemia had her genes edited to make normal functioning red blood cells.
Genetics is never so simple.
Her case could help researchers find new ways to alleviate depression.
Your muscles are ready to run, whether you like it or not.
Your genes are only part of you.
This success could help the technique gain approval in the U.S.
The mathematics of cat fur can help us understand genetic diseases in humans
In an interesting twist, scientists have found that targeting this gene could help people who sweat way too much.
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