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The Longevity Reporter: The Weekly Newsletter About Aging (subscribe to the newsletter)
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28th January, 2017
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This Week's Top Health And Longevity News 
Edited Donor Immune Cells Cause Long Term Leukemia Remission: In an experimental treatment of 2 infants in the UK, an infusion of donor T-cells that have been genetically modified has proved highly promising. Source 
Engineered Platelets Could Deliver Carry Immunotherapy Drugs: Platelets carrying immunotherapy antibodies could provide a new and effective way of targeting tumours across the body. Source 
Blocking Viral Replication: A critical molecule involved in cell growth is found to be key to fighting viral infection. Source 
Human-Pig Hybrid Created in the Lab: Scientists hope the chimera embryos represent key steps toward life-saving lab-grown organs. Source 
Gene therapy for pompe disease effective in mice, poised for human trials: Duke Health researchers have developed a gene therapy they hope could enhance or even replace the only FDA-approved treatment currently available to patients. Source 
New gene-delivery therapy restores partial hearing, balance in deaf mice: Using a novel form of gene therapy, scientists from Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital have managed to restore partial hearing and balance in mice born with a genetic condition that affects both. Source 
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