An Experimental Gene Therapy Uses Viruses to Stop Age-Related Blindness

| May 19, 2017 | 0 Comments



Researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine in Maryland have discovered a rather unusual way to treat a severe form of age-related blindness. They found a virus inserted into the retina can be used to halt or even reverse the disease.

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An Experimental Gene Therapy Uses Viruses to Stop Age-Related Blindness

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