Fixing fate

Fixing Fate

New medical cures may mean changes in drugmakers’ business models

WHEN families leave the genetic institute at the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, they are still anxious. Later, many will come to see the day their children received gene therapy as a blessed new start. Youngsters who had been sentenced to short lives, full of suffering caused by faulty DNA, get better and thrive. Cures for rare genetic diseases, both for children and adults, were once no more than a dream, but now they are set to become commercial reality. Read more here.


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