Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, November 6th, 1995
Ronald G. Crystal overviewed the human gene therapy protocols to date and outlined the insight gained thus far ("Transfer of Genes to Humans: Early Lessons and Obstacles to Success," Science, October 20, 1995;279:404-10).
"Human gene transfer still faces significant hurdles before it becomes an established therapeutic strategy," stated Crystal. "However, its accomplishments to date are impressive, and the logic of the potential usefulness of this clinical paradigm continues to be compelling."
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