Gene therapy

How is gene therapy used to help us today?

What is gene therapy

Gene therapy is is an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent disease.In the future, this technique may allow doctors to treat a disorder by inserting a gene into a patient's cells instead of using drugs or surgery.

About gene therapy

  • They only allow it on rare diseases

  • not allowed in the u.s

  • need genetic counselling before and after
  • it cost a million dollars to get done

I feel like the price on it could be lower because its helping humans survive.Its helping us survive because if we are able to get rid of diseases that kill us we should instead of it just being past on through generations to will it will always kill.I say this because we should also allow it in the U.S because it will help cure diseases and eliminate them all together so they aren't past on.That is why t should be lower because if you can get rid of a disease you should do it so it doesn't come back to hurt anybody else.

About gene therapy

  • you also need genetic testing to see if you do carry a bad rare disease i

  • it helped a girl see again.

  • They did this by altering here genes with gene therapy to kill of the disease that makes it so she can't see.The costs are a million dollars or more.

  • They only do this for very rare and dangerous diseases.Gene therapy is not yet allowed in the U.S

Gene therapy can help save humans.Gene therapy is also a chance to eliminate some diseases all together.Gene therapy can help save humans because it can eliminate fatal diseases in the human genes.

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About gene therapy: Na, Na Na. "What Is Gene Therapy?" What Is Gene Therapy? The University of Utah, 2015. Web. 01 Dec. 2015.

About gene therapy:Na, Na Na. "Gene Therapy." - Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic, 2015. Web. 10 Dec. 2015.