Gene therapy for Pompe disease effective in mice, poised for human trials

After decades investigating a rare, life-threatening condition that cripples the muscles, researchers have developed a gene therapy they hope could enhance or even replace the only FDA-approved treatment currently available to patients. The therapy uses a modified virus to deliver a gene to the liver where it produces GAA, an enzyme missing in people with Pompe disease.
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