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We explore a recently funded heart muscle disease project that will use RNA therapy and gene editing in tandem
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This week, we explore the ways cancer cells can evade our bodies’ defences and how we can fight back
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The novel ‘one off’ treatment could change the lives of those living with the condition
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In the second part of our review of the year’s genomic highlights, we look at the breakthroughs that are helping patients with rare disease and cancer
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What are RNA therapies and how are they used? We compare the two licensed types – antisense and RNA interference – to find out more
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Mitochondrial diseases are overwhelmingly genetic in origin, so why are gene therapies so difficult to develop? We take a deep dive to find out more.
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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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Progress in the field of gene editing has been rapid, but one relatively new technique could be useful for up to 90% of known disease-causing variants
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New genomic discoveries provide hope that lifelong antiretroviral therapy may one day be a thing of the past
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Researchers are exploring new techniques to tackle serious infectious diseases, and contain an outbreak before it becomes an epidemic
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Genome editing has not been without controversies, but some studies suggest it may hold the cure for patients living with HIV
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Welcome to the second of our new series of expert webinars. In this second webinar Dr James Patterson will discuss CRISPR.