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Stories tagged 'gene editing'

Special delivery: Gold nanoparticles ship CRISPR cargo

Fred Hutch scientists used their new golden courier to edit genes tied to HIV, genetic blood disorders

May 27, 2019 | By Jake Siegel / Fred Hutch News Service

Forget UPS and FedEx: Tiny golden delivery trucks created at Fred Hutch can ship CRISPR into human blood stem cells, offering a potential way to treat diseases like HIV and sickle cell anemia in patients around the world.

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Q&A: A new focus on small cell lung cancer

Dr. David MacPherson discusses the state of small cell lung cancer research, how his lab is tackling this deadly disease, and what makes him excited for the future

Feb. 7, 2019 | By Sabrina Richards / Fred Hutch News Service

Q&A: Fred Hutch small cell lung cancer expert Dr. David MacPherson discusses the state of small cell lung cancer research, how his lab is tackling this deadly disease, and what makes him excited for the future.

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Highlights of Fred Hutch science in 2018

A look back at notable advances in immunotherapy, precision screening and more

Dec. 18, 2018 | By Fred Hutch News Service staff

From basic biology to survivors’ pocketbooks, our researchers explore every angle of cancer. Here are just a few of the strides our teams made in 2018.

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