Cutting-edge research conducted by experts at Michigan Medicine, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Penn Medicine is revolutionising the approach to treating blood disorders like sickle cell anaemia through innovative gene therapy methods.
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A rare form of childhood epilepsy could be improved with a therapy called antisense oligonucleotide, following the development of a new model.
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