Gene therapy involves the transfer of genetic material and the uptake of the gene into the appropriate cells of the body. Cell therapy involves the transfer of cells with the relevant function into the patient.
Gene and cell therapy holds amazing and a vast range of treatments to treat the list of diseases from which people are suffering since long time. There are some evidences exist which shows the treatment of Hemophilia, Cancer, AIDS, Diabetes including others those has been treated ...Learn More
Both cell therapy and gene therapy research fields have similar goals in mind, that is to treat diseases by changing the blueprint to our bodies at a microscopic level but differ in how they do it. They make a big impact on our health. Gene therapy:Its the introduction, removal, ...Learn More
According to Bulaklak and Gersbach (2020), advances in gene therapy will control the immune system response since about 50% of patients are excluded from treatment due to pre-existing immunity to the viral capsids. One example is the engineering of modified adeno-associated ...Learn More
The main obstacles in the development of gene and therapy are manufacturing, affordability, and regulatory issues. ManufacturingIt can be very challenging to grow, source, and transport the cells. For this reason, many companies are developing solutions to overcome this problem ...Learn More
In May 2019, the FDA approved the drug Zolgensma to treat spinal muscular atrophy in children under two years old. In 2017, the 1st gene therapy was approved in the EUA. The drug is Luxturna, used to treat genetic vision loss in patients with Leber congenital amaurosis or ...Learn More