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Recent tests have established a potential cure for sickle cell disease and beta thalassaemia by using genome editing on bone marrow stem cells
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A new study has identified an interaction between two genes that could cause cells in the heart to replicate, opening the door to the first possible curative treatment for heart disease
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We take a look back at a bold paper published in 1999, 'Ophthalmology in the post-genomic era' to see how accurate its authors' predictions really were
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Gene-silencing technique works without altering the person’s DNA, and prevents harmful proteins from being made in their cells
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News stories in biomedicine are being dominated by genome editing, Crispr and other methods. So what's it all about, and what might it mean for healthcare?
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A teenager with severe sickle cell anaemia has been successfully treated with a pioneering gene therapy approach
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Recent research reveals potential dawn of personalised medicine for neurological disorders might be more than just 'gut feeling'
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Gene-based treatments for eye diseases advance in the battle against blindness and related life-threatening conditions
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Despite continued ethical debate, latest advances in gene editing technologies are poised to transform patient treatment
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Gene therapy for children now approved in Europe - what can this fusion of genomics and stem cell medicine mean for the future?
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Advancements in our ability to alter the human genome have sparked fresh debate over ‘designer babies’ and health ethics
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Since Layla Richards was cured of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, attention has turned to the possibilities of genome engineering