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CRISPR's Potential: Targeting Genetic Diseases and HIV

Using CRISPR To Treat HIV

CRISPR, a revolutionary genetic tool, has rapidly advanced since its introduction in 2012. With the potential to target genetic diseases and even treat HIV, CRISPR offers promising avenues for medical intervention. Recent research from the University of Amsterdam has shown early evidence of using CRISPR to remove HIV from host cells, raising hopes for a potential cure. The technology's accessibility has accelerated genetics research, hinting at further breakthroughs in both basic science and medical applications.

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