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Doctors edit DNA from cancer patients looking for a cure – The Times

  1. Doctors work on DNA from cancer patients hunting for the Times
  2. How the human CRISPR gene-editing experiments were finally approved in the US is the other way around
  3. Scientists use the CRISPR gene editing tool to perform multiple edits of News-Medical.net
  4. First human study with CRISPR gene editing in the US begins with interesting engineering
  5. Penn scientists are correcting genetic defects in mouse fetuses and extending the uterine CRISPR range to lung diseases
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