mRNA trial shows promise for these therapies to revolutionise medicine

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An illustration of messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA)

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Sixteen people have benefited from an experimental mRNA therapy that replaces a faulty enzyme behind a rare inherited condition, the biotech company Moderna announced on 19 May. This is great…

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