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Another step forward for gene therapy to treat hearing loss

Posted on: Friday, March 17, 2017 by Heloise Heau

carina santosResearchers from Harvard Medical School in the US have recently used gene therapy to restore hearing in mice with a particular type of Usher syndrome. Carina Santos, our Translational Research Manager, tells us more about the work, and what it means for using gene therapy to treat hearing loss in people in the future.

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