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Why don't we have mDNA vaccines?

mRNA (messenger RNA) is the "working copy" of gene that the machinery in the cell's cytoplasm uses to direct synthesis of a protein (translation). Thus, if you can get a suitable-looking ...
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3 votes

Why isn't there a larger effort to reverse and block the effects of androgens on skin?

Why, oh, why? Looking into the mirror was sometimes a waking nightmare. This is partly an XY-Problem and secondly not a pessimists complaint but an overoptimistic expectation. So, let's re-analyse ...
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3 votes

Will Down's syndrome be ever reversible?

Reversing Down Syndrome in adults is not something being currently researched to my knowledge. Alerting the DNA throughout the body of a person at this point is purely science fiction, but even if ...
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