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  • Gene Therapy: SFAF
    an approach to preventing and/or treating disease by replacing, removing or introducing genes or otherwise manipulating genetic material. Examples include adding a gene to a cell to produce a specific missing protein, using antisense molecules to prevent viral replication, and altering CD4 cells to make them resistant to HIV infection. Genes may be introduced by direct injection or using a harmless viral vector to deliver genes into cells.

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