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At St. Jude, researchers are blazing a trail toward making gene therapy a safer and even more effective treatment for a wide range of diseases.
St. Jude researchers determine why gene therapy treatment caused leukemia in some severe immune deficiency patients; discovery offers hope for safe treatment.
Bouncers, or protective proteins, have the task of escorting molecules out of Club Cell. St. Jude researchers investigate how to use these proteins to fight cancer.
Some scientists at other institutions have obtained stem cells from human embryos. St. Jude has not used this highly controversial source of cells. Our stem cells are harvested solely from the blood or bone marrow of children or adults.
Researchers at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have overcome two major technical obstacles that currently limit the success of gene therapy for human red blood cell diseases such as beta-thalassemia and sickle cell disease.