Gene therapy shows promise against blood-clotting disease

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Gene therapy shows promise against blood-clotting disease

Jay Konduros, left, shows him and his brother, Bill, at Jay’s home in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. The brothers, who have hemophilia, were involved in a gene therapy study for their condition. Before the treatment, “Even something as innocuous as reaching over your head to get something out of a closet, or reaching down to tie a shoe” could trigger trouble, Bill said.

Gene therapy shows promise against blood-clotting disease

Jay Konduros, left, shows him and his brother, Bill, at Jay’s home in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. The brothers, who have hemophilia, were involved in a gene therapy study for their condition. Before the treatment, “Even something as innocuous as reaching over your head to get something out of a closet, or reaching down to tie a shoe” could trigger trouble, Bill said.
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