Scientists at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan report in an online edition of Nature Biotechnology that they have developed a form of gene therapy that targets stem cells and restores effective oxygen delivery. The report focuses on sickle cell disease, but the team already has completed preliminary work on thalassemia and is expected to begin clinical trials by summer.
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