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Gene Therapy: The Time Is Now



Nick Leschly

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Posted: Nov 4, 2012


“What if we could fix a patient’s own cells and cure their disease once and for all instead of treating a chronic illness over their lifetime? The solution exists, but it’s expensive. Nick Leschly, chief bluebird, explains how biotechnology can deliver corrective genes into a patient’s diseased cells and disrupt the medical and insurance industries along the way”


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