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Gene Therapy: A New Frontier in Disease-Modifying Therapies

A section of RNA split from a DNA strand.
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Gene therapy holds the promise of potential disease modification, providing life-altering benefits for patients that otherwise would have faced dire outcomes. But in the midst of this shifting landscape, the gene therapy field has celebrated victories and faced obstacles.

This article explores major advances in disease modification for illnesses that still lack effective treatments, as well as some challenges and approaches to overcome them.

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  • Gene therapy for neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disease
  • Overcoming the immune response
  • Improving tissue targeting and transduction

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