Gene Therapy: Current and Future Prospects
Paul Robbins, Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics and Orthopaedic Surgery, at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine will provide an overview of gene therapy and how it is being used to treat different types of diseases, including non-lethal diseases and disorders. The clinical development of a gene therapy for rheumatoid arthritis will be used as an example of how gene therapy can be used to treat other non-lethal diseases.
gene therapy, diseases, disorders, genetics, non-lethal diseases, rheumatoid arthritis
Robbins, Paul. "Gene Therapy: Current and Future Prospects." Ensemble video, 01:16:42. December 02, 2010. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/Jp7m9RGd