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18–28 October 2019

Gene therapy for rare diseases

Breakthroughs using gene therapy and gene editing are regularly in the news, but how close in reality are we to them to be used to treat actual patients? Professor of Molecular Therapy and Co-Director of the Gene Medicine Research Group, Steve Hyde sorts the fact from the fiction as he discusses how viruses are being re-purposed to treat rare diseases such as leukaemia, blindness and haemophilia.

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Location:

Oxford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre, 10 Littlegate Street, St Ebbes, Oxford, OX1 1RL
21st October 2019

18:30 - 19:30

Event Type
Talk
Topic
Bioscience, Health
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