Gene editing improves the life of a man born with Sickle cell disease

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Jimi, 36, is one of the first patients to receive gene-editing treatment for Sickle cell disease. People with Sickle cell suffer from tremendous pain and are frequently admitted to the hospital. After an Exhausting 2 months treatment, Jimi says he feels like a new person.

 

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