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Using genetically-edited cells to supercharge the immune system caused no adverse effects in cancer patients. It's too soon to tell if it can be a cure.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Using genetically-edited cells to supercharge the immune system caused no adverse effects in cancer patients. It's too soon to tell if it can be a cure.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
The old-fashioned-sounding illness is mostly harmless. So why does it cause so much parental panic?Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
With the genetic recipe for the snake's lethal venom in hand, researchers will have an easier time producing an antidote.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Getting sick is the worst. But if you're trying to lure customers who are reluctant or unable to leave home, the virus can be an ally.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Companies claim they can now easily calculate your biological age. Should you take them up on it?Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Treatment-resistant infections are increasingly commonand increasingly deadly. Now researchers have found a new way to attack some of those bacteria.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
A man thought he had swallowed the balloon-wrapped marijuana he was smuggling. He hadnt.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
Genetic studies rely almost entirely on DNA from people of European descent. A startup called 54gene wants to fix that, and fast.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News
For the first time, a patient got treated for HIV and cancer at the same time, with an infusion of gene-edited stem cells. The results? Mixed.Source: Wired - Emerging technologies News