Thursday, 24 January 2019 16:09

HIV and the genome

Genome editing has not been without controversies, but some studies suggest it may hold the cure for patients living with HIV

Categories: Clinical Workforce

Why is the procedure so controversial, what are the risks, and could it ever happen in the UK? We take a look at the key issues

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Gene-silencing technique works without altering the person’s DNA, and prevents harmful proteins from being made in their cells  

Categories: Patients & Public
Monday, 15 January 2018 17:09

Genome editing: Talking to patients

With genome editing hitting the headlines, patients may have questions about its applications. Here’s our concise guide for health professionals

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Tuesday, 02 January 2018 14:59

Genomics in 2018: 3 key predictions

We asked three wise men and women to tell us what they think 2018 will bring for genomics in healthcare

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Wednesday, 13 December 2017 17:24

Genome editing: 5 key questions answered

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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Experimental procedure has potential for treating several metabolic disorders, but the long-term risks are yet to be fully understood

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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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A newly published report takes a different approach towards the controversial editing of human genomes

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Forget designer babies and novelty pets. The potential for genome editing to improve the health of the general population is already emerging

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