Free to Access: New Special Report on Gene Therapy

 
Innovations In: Gene Therapy
Innovations In: Gene Therapy
 
 
 
 
 

Gene therapy has come a long way since its first proof-of-concept experiments in the 1990s. The approach - which involves fixing or replacing a disease-causing gene or changing its activity - has recorded some remarkable successes and some devastating missteps. In the past decade those extreme ups and downs have leveled off and now gene therapy, in a variety of forms, has begun advancing at rapid pace.

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