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Jessie Holtzman, MDCardioNerds | July 8, 2021
This article was written by Jesse Holzman, MD, and internal medicine resident at the University of California and a ...
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DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | December 13, 2019
Details that have recently emerged regarding the “CRISPR babies,” human embryos that were genetically modified to be ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | November 7, 2019
A new protein that can enhance the accuracy of CRISPR gene therapy was recently developed by researchers from City ...
DocWire News EditorsEpilepsy | April 12, 2023
Researchers from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Medical University of Innsbruck have recently created a ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
A research team from the University of Missouri School of Medicine has recently used CRISPR to edit a genetic mutation ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | September 10, 2019
A research team from the University of Pennsylvania has recently found that approved gene therapy for inherited ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
Researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine in New York are using CRISPR to edit genes within human sperm. These genetic ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | April 12, 2023
A trial is currently in place to test CRISPR gene editing in patients with a rare inherited form of blindness caused by ...
DocWire News EditorsSickle Cell Disease | August 29, 2023
Last week, a patient received CRISPR gene therapy to treat a genetic disease for the first time in the U.S. The ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | September 12, 2023
New medical technologies and innovations have greatly enhanced the how scientists are able to work with genetics. Gene ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | July 23, 2019
Scientists from Peking University have recently created a gene-editing technique that has great potential in treating ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | July 19, 2019
Gene therapy is a technique that involves addition of functional genes to a patient’s cells to take the place of ...
DocWire News EditorsCardiology | April 12, 2023
A research team from the Boston Children’s Hospital recently created the first tissue model of an inherited heart ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | July 11, 2019
Malaria presents as one of the leading causes of disease and death in many developing countries. In 2016, the CDC ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
Gene therapy has become an area of interest in treating diseases such as sickle cell, cancer, blindness, AIDS, and more. ...
DocWire News EditorsEuropean Society of Hematology 2019 | June 20, 2019
Research presented at the 24th Congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA) found that potent inhibitors of ...
DocWire News EditorsEuropean Society of Hematology 2019 | August 31, 2023
Research presented last week at the 24th Congress of European Hematology Association (EHA) in Amsterdam found gene ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | September 12, 2023
New medical technologies and innovations have greatly enhanced the how scientists are able to work with genetics. Gene ...
DocWire News EditorsFuture of Medicine | August 29, 2023
By using gold nanoparticles to deliver gene therapy agents to stem cells, researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer ...
Rob DillardOncology | April 3, 2023
The use of CRISPR-Cas9 (CRISPR) exhibits gene fusions that are integral in the growth of cancer cells, according to ...
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