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U.S. Trial Finds CRISPR-Edited Cells Are Safe In Cancer Patients

U.S. Trial Finds CRISPR-Edited Cells Are Safe In Cancer Patients

For years, scientists have hoped to use the gene-editing technology CRISPR to help treat all sorts of diseases, including cancer. Now for the first time in the U.S., researchers say they’ve shown that CRISPR-edited immune cells can be safely given to cancer patients and survive for up to nine months—a…