Mississippi-based woman, Victoria Gray was born with sickle cell disease, a condition caused by genetic mutation that warps the shape of red blood cells meant to transport oxygen in the body. Currently,
Doctors altered a person's genes with CRISPR for the first time in the U.S. Here's what could be next.
A woman with sickle cell anemia had her genes edited to make normal functioning red blood cells. Last week, for the first time, doctors in the United States used the gene editing tool CRISPR to attempt
USC offensive tackle Austin Jackson is back with the football team after donating bone marrow to his sister, Autumn. Per the Associated Press, Jackson's portion of the procedure took place in July, restricting