Chinese Scientists Try to Cure One Man's HIV With Crispr  WIRED

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.

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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.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.

Chinese Scientists Try to Cure One Man's HIV With Crispr | WIRED

Scientists are reporting the first use of the gene-editing tool CRISPR to try to cure a patient's HIV infection by providing blood cells that were altered to resist the AIDS virus.Scientists are reporting the first use of the gene-editing tool CRISPR to try to cure a patient's HIV infection by providing blood cells that were altered to resist the AIDS virus.

A gene-editing first: scientists use CRISPR to fight HIV | CP24.com

The therapy didn't work to cure HIV, but experts are still excited about it.They didn't cure HIV, but experts are still excited about it.

Chinese Scientists Tried to Treat HIV Using CRISPR | Live Science

Blood cells altered to block HIV have safely stuck around for more than a year and a half after they were transplanted into a volunteer, raising hopes of a more accessible cure. Blood cells altered to block HIV have safely stuck around for more than a year and a half after they were transplanted into a volunteer, raising hopes of a more accessible cure. 

CRISPR-Edited Cells That Block HIV Last Over a Year Without Side Effects, Study Shows

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Modified cells survived 19 months after transplant into an HIV-positive man in China, but the dose was not enough to reduce his viral load. Modified cells survived 19 months after transplant into an HIV-positive man in China, but the dose was not enough to reduce his viral load.Modified cells survived 19 months after transplant into an HIV-positive man in China, but the dose was not enough to reduce his viral load.

Scientists use gene-edited stem cells to treat HIV — with mixed success

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Scientists are reporting the first use of the gene-editing tool CRISPR to try to cure a patient's HIV infection by providing blood cells that were altered to resist the AIDS virus. The gene-editing tool has long been used in research labs, and a Chinese scientist was scorned last year when he revealedScientists are reporting the first use of the gene-editing tool CRISPR to try to cure a patient's HIV infection by providing blood cells that were altered to resist the AIDS virus. The gene-editing tool has long been used in research labs, and a Chinese scientist was scorned last year when he revealed

A gene-editing first: scientists tried CRISPR to fight HIV

Researchers safely used CRISPR gene-editing techniques in a patient with HIV. The research provides evidence the approach may be promising for treating HIV infection.Researchers safely used CRISPR gene-editing techniques in a patient with HIV. The research provides evidence the approach may be promising for treating HIV infection.

CRISPR Gene-Editing Shows Promise As HIV Cure, Research Shows : Shots - Health News : NPR

The HIV-positive patient is the longest-followed individual ever treated with CRISPR, a technology that has inspired sky-high hopes for disease cures.The HIV-positive patient is the longest-followed individual ever treated with CRISPR, a technology that has inspired sky-high hopes for disease cures.

In a CRISPR first, therapy aiming to cure HIV patient appears safe - STAT

Scientists are reporting the first use of the gene-editing tool CRISPR to try to cure a patient's HIV infection by providing blood cells that were altered to resist the AIDS virus. The gene-editing... US News Summaries. | NewserCRISPR was employed against a patient's HIV

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