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WVU researcher studies incurable blood disease usually diagnosed in children

20:00 EDT 12 May 2019 | AAAS

(West Virginia University) Most people with Fanconi anemia are diagnosed before they turn 12 but don't live past 30. Wei Du -- a researcher in the WVU School of Pharmacy and the WVU Cancer Institute -- is exploring the metabolic processes the underlie this form of anemia. Her findings may lead to new gene therapies that help patients live better, longer.

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