Gene Therapy

Gene therapy is a medical strategy that addresses the underlying genetic issue in order to treat or prevent disease. Instead of utilizing drugs or surgery, gene therapy procedures allow doctors to treat a problem by changing a person's genetic composition.

Ex vivo, in vivo, and in situ gene therapy are the three main subtypes. Ex vivo gene therapy involves removing the patient's affected cells and modifying them genetically. In vitro gene therapy is another name for this sort of treatment, which is especially useful for blood illnesses. There is one last gene therapy plan in which the viral vector is given directly to the patient.

 

  •  Germline therapy
  •  Somatic gene therapy

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