Children's Hospital gets federal grant for blood disease therapy

10/25/2010 | Mass High Tech (Boston)

The NIH has awarded a $3.9 million grant to Children's Hospital Boston to develop a therapy for Fanconi anemia, a rare genetic blood disorder. Researchers at the hospital will try to turn samples of a patient's skin or tissue into induced pluripotent stem cells that can function as normal blood cells.

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