A huge step for gene therapy

A new gene therapy from researchers at National Taiwan University Hospital gives hope to children born with an extremely rare brain disorder that blocks communication between cells in the nervous system. Known as Aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase (or AADC) deficiency, this debilitating disorder makes even easy tasks, like eating, impossible without help.

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