Researchers study how to put drug factories in your bones

09/18/2013 | New Scientist

Researchers at Immusoft are developing a technique that would essentially turn a person's bones into their personal pharmacy. "We want to turn people's cells into drug factories, giving them the genetic information they need to produce their own treatment," says Immusoft's Matthew Scholz. The technique has worked with mice and may soon be tested in humans with HIV.

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