CRSP announces their gene editing treatment in a remarkable study ostensibly cures patient of sickle cell anemia

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In a remarkable result, CRSP shows that their gene editing treatment, using the CRISPR-Cas9 technology that recently won its co-founder Emmanuelle Charpentier the 2020 Nobel Prize in chemistry, effectively cured one patient of sickle cell anemia and another of B-thalassemia. CRSP announces these results in a talk at the American Society of Hematologists and in a publication in the premier medical journal- NEJM

This is the first time gene editing has cured a genetic disease in patients.

CRSP and the other gene editing stocks EDIT, NTLA, and BEAM have had great runs this year, and their technology has now been validated in a landmark study.

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