Genetic Diseases

An asymptomatic carrier is a person or other organism that has become infected with a pathogen, but shows no signs or symptoms.Although unaffected by the pathogen, carriers can transmit it to others or develop symptoms in later stages of the disease.

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A new, more diverse human genome offers hope for rare genetic diseases

Erasing or replacing errors in a patient's genetic code can treat and cure some genetic diseases

David Liu, chemist: ‘We now have the technology to correct misspellings in our DNA that cause known genetic diseases’

Genome sequencing trial with 100,000 babies to test benefits of identifying genetic diseases at birth

Curing Debilitating Genetic Diseases: “Soft” CRISPR May Offer a New Fix for Genetic Defects

New clues on unsolved genetic diseases in children

Scientists Discover How Certain Genetic Diseases Are Transmitted From Mother to Child

Single test for over 50 genetic diseases will cut diagnosis from decades to days

Single DNA Test for Over 50 Genetic Diseases Will Cut Diagnosis From Decades to Days

Simplifying RNA editing for treating genetic diseases

How mRNA and DNA Vaccines Could Soon Treat Cancer, HIV, Genetic Diseases, and More