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New CRISPR technology could revolutionise gene therapy, offering new hope to people with genetic diseases

By Merlin Crossley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Professor of Molecular Biology, UNSW
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Using 'base editing', researchers have cured progeria in mice. This genetic syndrome causes premature ageing in humans – those with the disease usually don't live past the age of 13.

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