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advances in the science of gene therapy
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The foundation began funding research in the area of regenerative medicine, gene therapy and genetics to find a cure or treatment for centronuclear and myotubular myopathies, and to support families whose lives are affected by these disorders.
Within the liquid is a gene therapy virus that contains a healthy version of the gene.
Her husband Albert Maguire, an ophthalmologist, performed many of the surgeries at CHOP to deliver the gene therapy.
And in the fall, an FDA advisory panel urged the agency to approve another gene therapy that corrects a type of heritable blindness that can be fixed after tweaking a specific genetic mutation.
Now, scientists have an undisputed success delivering gene therapy into the central nervous system.
Still, many gene therapy researchers held their breath, fearing another Gelsinger-like disaster.
This is yet another addition to Novartis’ quest to rule the advanced and next-generation cancer therapy space following its milestone FDA approval for a cancer gene therapy treatment.
The gene therapy process used to create Kymriah costs about $15,000, according to a 2012 presentation by Carl June, who pioneered CAR T-cell research at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Definition of gene therapy for English Language Learners
medical : a way of treating some disorders and diseases that usually involves replacing bad copies of genes with other genes
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