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Heritable genome editing not yet ready to be tried safely and effectively in humans
Heritable genome editing not yet ready to be tried safely and effectively in humansArticle

Heritable genome edits can be passed down to future generations, raising not only scientific and medical considerations but also a host of ethical, moral, and societal issues...

10 Sep 2020

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What we've learnt from building Africa's biggest genome libraryArticle

The human genome was first sequenced in 2003 by multiple research centres across the world. The breakthrough was hailed as the dawn of a new era...

Deepti Gurdasani, Ayesha Motala, Pontiano Kaleebu & Segun Fatumo 4 Dec 2019

Antibody could increase cure rate for blood, immune disorders
Antibody could increase cure rate for blood, immune disordersArticle

An antibody-based treatment can gently and effectively eliminate diseased blood-forming stem cells in the bone marrow to prepare for the transplantation of healthy stem cells...

14 Feb 2019

New advances in the diagnosis and management of thalassaemia
New advances in the diagnosis and management of thalassaemiaArticle

8 May 2011 is World Thalassaemia Day and the world over, the spotlight will be on thalassaemia, a condition that affects the lives of thousands.

5 May 2011

Gene therapy saves two children with adrenoleukodystrophyArticle

The ELA Association represents the largest funder for research on this fatal brain disease.

6 Nov 2009

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