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First SCID gene chip to be introduced at Academy meeting on immunodeficiencies

"Can We Finally Choose Mismatched Related vs Matched Unrelated Donors for Transplantation of SCID?" - an update on research published Feb. 1, 2006 in JAMA showing how matched unrelated donors provided better engraftment, immune reconstitution and survival for SCIDpatients undergoing bone marrow transplantation compared to mismatched related donors.

Alessando Aiuiti, M.D., Ph.D., San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy, Milan.

Topic: "Current Challenges and Future Perspectives for Gene Therapy," commentary on successful outcomes in gene therapy to cure PI in clinical trials.

Irving Weissman, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Institute for Cancer and Cell Biology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA.

Topic: "The Big Picture: Politics and Science"

One of the world's leading experts on stem cell research will deliver a provocative update on stem cell research, its potential for curing a wide range of diseases and the presence of politics and government in science.


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Source:New York Academy of Sciences


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