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The DNA drug revolution

Physicians have long been unable to touch the biological code that drives disease. That is changing as researchers develop DNA-based drugs, genes that replace or "silence" badly working versions, and genetic screening tools for newborn babies. These advances hold great promise but also pose difficult questions. 

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