They Thought Hemophilia Was a ‘Lifelong Thing.’ They May Be Wrong.

In a recent New York Times article by Gina Kolata, scientists are edging closer to defeating a longtime enemy of human health: hemophilia the inability to form blood clots.

After trying for decades to develop a gene therapy to treat this disease, research are starting to succeed. IN recent experiments, brief intravenous infusions of powerful new treatment s have rid patients – for now, at least – of  a condition that has shadowed them off their lives.

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