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The Science And Troubling Ethics Of Gene Therapy
A new feature in Wired highlights scientific advances that may make gene therapy much safer and more widespread. But it's important to check whether the regulation of clinical trials has...
Gene Therapy Cures Diabetic Dogs In Only One Shot
After one treatment, beagles were symptom-free up to four years later.
The West’s First Gene Therapy Goes On Sale Mid-2013
We're tampering with genes to cure a rare metabolic disorder--and that's likely just the beginning.
Viral Gene Therapy Gives Non-Smelling Mice the Ability to Smell
Science can make blind mice see again and deaf mice hear — now scent-deprived mice can sniff their surroundings and … Continued
A Topically Applied Skin Lotion That Modifies Your Genes
Future genetic therapy could be as simple as applying a topical lotion, with nanoscale compounds soaking through your epidermis to … Continued
For the First Time, DNA Sequencing Technology Saves A Child’s Life
Proponents of genetic medicine say DNA sequencing is the future of medicine and that soon every truly sick person will … Continued
After 10 Years’ Work, Scientists Unveil Detailed 3-D Map of Virus That Causes the Common Cold
The most detailed microscopic crystallography image ever created
Gene Therapy Is Inevitable Next Frontier for Sports Doping
Dreams of Olympic glory could make athletes risk their lives on an experimental procedure
Synthetic Skin Delivers Gene Therapies Straight to Body, No Needles Necessary
The problem with needles is that nobody likes them. Aside from that, injection sites can become inflamed, and repeated injections … Continued
Successful Gene Therapy For Blindness Restores Eight-Year-Old Boy’s Vision, Maze Navigation Skills
In a rare success for gene therapy, sight is regained in one eye