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Genetic repairs are curing patients—but only at a few elite centers.
Picking up a quest abandoned by Big Pharma, academic labs are using new technology to develop contraceptive drugs for men.
Drug failures may be telling us that we don’t know what causes Alzheimer’s disease.
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Patients groups are backing gene-editing as potential “home run” against disease.