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One and done

3 January 2017 By Robert Cyran

The prospect of treating diseases like hemophilia and cancer by tinkering with DNA has a long history of both promise and frustration. Steady progress means 2017 should be the year the technology finally hits the U.S. market. The problem may be figuring out how to pay for cures.

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