1. Scientists discover 'cure' for cervical cancer after gene-editing breakthrough  New Zealand Herald
  2. Australian researchers develop new DNA sequence to cure cervical cancer | Nine News Australia  Nine News Australia
  3. Australian Scientists Make Huge Cervical Cancer Breakthrough Using Gene-Editing 'Spellchecker' Technique  LADbible
  4. Australian scientists discover 'cure' for cervical cancer using gene-editing technology  Daily Mail
  5. Australian researchers 'cure' cervical cancer in mice in world-first breakthrough  7NEWS
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Lead researcher Professor Nigel McMillan said it's the first cure for any cancer using this technology.Lead researcher Professor Nigel McMillan said it's the first cure for any cancer using this technology.

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The mice used in the research had a 100 percent survival rateThe mice used in the research had a 100 percent survival rate

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Researchers from Griffith University used gene-editing technology called CRISPR to cure the disease - and believe the same technology could be used to treat cervical cancer in humans Researchers from Griffith University used gene-editing technology called CRISPR to cure the disease - and believe the same technology could be used to treat cervical cancer in humans

Scientists find 'cure' for cervical cancer in mice - and it could be tested in humans by 2024 - Mirror Online

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Dr Ginni Mansberg on Twitter: "'Imagine the lives this could save': Cervical cancer 'cure' closer with gene-editing breakthrough, researchers say https://t.co/EgIIEe5pbA via @ABCNews"

Scientists (pictured) used gene-editing technology to target cervical cancer tumours in mice using 'stealth' nanoparticles, and revealed the mice treated had a 100 per cent survival rate.Scientists (pictured) used gene-editing technology to target cervical cancer tumours in mice using 'stealth' nanoparticles, and revealed the mice treated had a 100 per cent survival rate.

Australian scientists discover 'cure' for cervical cancer using gene-editing technology  | Daily Mail Online

Australian researchers have claimed a "cure" for cervical cancer after targeting tumours in mice in a world...

Health news: Australian researchers 'cure' cervical cancer in world-first breakthrough

Scientists have used gene-editing technology to eradicate cervical cancer in mice, with hopes the technique can be applied to a range of human diseases.Scientists have used gene-editing technology to eradicate cervical cancer in mice, with hopes the technique can be applied to a range of human diseases.

In a world first, Queensland researchers say have been able to cure cervical cancer in mice using gene-editing technology — and they are working towards performing human trials in the next five years.Queensland researchers say they can cure cervical cancer in mice using gene editing technology and are now working towards human trials.

Cervical cancer 'cure' closer with gene-editing breakthrough, scientists say - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Scientists in Queensland, Australia are being hailed for their breakthrough in cervical cancer research using gene-editing technology. "This is the first cure for any cancer using this technology," said Nigel McMillan, lead researcher and director of immunology at The Menzies Health Institute Queensland, whose team used the CRISPR-Cas9 system to target cervical cancer tumors in mice."The first cure for any cancer using this technology."

Scientists cure cervical cancer in mice with gene-editing