E-Book | July 29, 2021

RNA's Potential Impact for Modern Medicine

Source: Cell & Gene

RNA therapy now has the potential to treat a wide variety of diseases, including cardiovascular disease, hemophilia, and cancer. And recent interest in RNA therapy is driven by the possibilities of better vaccines. Indeed, after a decade of painstaking progress, RNA therapies are poised to become a widely applicable approach, as research and engineering efforts have brought the field to clinical reality. Here are some of Cell & Gene’s recent and timely articles that explain not only how far RNA therapies have come, but also their inevitably safe and efficacious future for treating patients.

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