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Scientists attempt to cure HIV using CRISPR, with varying results  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 days
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Scientists in China have attempted to use CRISPR gene-editing technology to treat a patient with HIV. more
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Researchers safely used CRISPR gene-editing techniques in a patient with HIV. The research provides evidence the approach may be promising for treating... more
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