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Gene Therapy Corrects Factor VIII Levels in Hemophilia A

09:30 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | Medscape

Transferring a form of the gene for factor VIII using a viral vector corrected plasma levels of the factor and stopped bleeding episodes for patients with severe hemophilia A, a study shows.
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