Human gene therapy comes of age

@article{Miller1992HumanGT,
  title={Human gene therapy comes of age},
  author={Angus D. Miller},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1992},
  volume={357},
  pages={455-460}
}
Advances in the understanding of molecular biology of human disease and the development of efficient gene transfer techniques have resulted in practical approaches to human gene therapy, with new techniques being developed at an increasing rate. The first trials have now begun in humans and initial results are positive. 

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