One vaccine to end multiple diseases? 'Superhero' jab to change DNA explained
14-07-2021 Wed 18:00
According to reports, the University of Stanford is working on a superhero vaccination to combat chronic illnesses of Kidney, liver conditions and other cardiovascular diseases. The vaccine will utilise the DNA of people who have genetic advantages, such as Olympic athletes, and will change a person's DNA to offer relief from illnesses once administered. Dr. Chandrakant Lahariya, an epidemiologist, discusses how the Superhero vaccination would function and what technologies will be used.
Dr. Lahariya said the vaccine has been developed aiming at the editing genome sequencing of human cells. He has also elaborated on other concepts the vaccine is supposed to work.
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