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Home Health News New gene therapy could treat dominant optic atrophy - Drug Target Review

New gene therapy could treat dominant optic atrophy – Drug Target Review

Posted: 27 November 2020 | Victoria Rees (Drug Target Review) | No comments yet
Researchers have found that an OPA1-targeted gene therapy can treat dominant optic atrophy in pre-clinical trials.
Scientists have developed a new gene therapy approach that they say offers promise for one day treating an eye disease that leads to a progressive loss of vision and affects thousands of people across the globe. The study was led by researchers at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 
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