Gene tests on dogs boost hopes for haemophilia

Gene tests on dogs boost hopes for haemophilia (via AFP)

Scientists on Tuesday said they had treated haemophilia in dogs by fixing a flawed gene, marking a step forward towards treating the condition in humans, too. Haemophilia A, the most widespread form of the inherited bleeding disease, occurs in around…

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