Breakthrough in Haemophilia treatment

A new gene therapy could dramatically alter cost and practice of Haemophilia treatment.

    Doctors are hailing a major breakthrough in gene therapy that could revolutionise treatment of the blood clotting disorder Haemophilia.

    Sufferers currently have to take an ongoing series of injections to control the condition. A study at University College London hopes to change all that.

    Gerald Tan has been taking a look at the findings.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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