August 02, 2018
In Utero Gene Editing Technique Developed At CMU And Yale Could Be Used In Humans
Chemistry Professor Danith Ly was part of the research team
Pittsburgh's NPR affiliate, 90.5 WESA, covered reported on a study by Carnegie Mellon University and Yale University has found a gene editing technique administered in fetal mice can cure a genetic blood disease before birth. This is the first time this technique has been successful, and it could be tested in humans within a year.
In Utero Gene Editing Technique Developed At CMU And Yale Could Be Used In Humans (WESA, August 2, 2018)