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Australian-based professor uses gene-editing technology to eliminate cervical cancer in mice in a world first.Australian-based professor uses gene-editing technology to eliminate cervical cancer in mice in a world first.

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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Janelle Miles on Twitter: "Griffith University researchers use gene-editing technology to "cure" cervical cancer in mice. For more: https://t.co/giCSWucVxN @MenziesHealth @Griffith_Uni"

“'Imagine the lives this could save': Cervical cancer 'cure' closer with gene-editing breakthrough, researchers say https://t.co/EgIIEe5pbA via @ABCNews”

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"

Researchers at Griffith University in Australia have used the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system to effectively cure cervical cancer in mice.Researchers at Griffith University in Australia have used the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system to effectively cure cervical cancer in mice. The team targeted specific cancer-causing genes, disrupting them so the tumors die, with a 100 percent survival rate of the animals. The study brings us one step closer to a cure for cancer in humans.

CRISPR closes in on a cure for cervical cancer in mice

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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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The team claim to have removed cervical cancer in miceThe team claim to have removed cervical cancer in mice

Cervical cancer breakthrough as scientists use gene therapy to eliminate disease - Daily Star

Scientists believe they have found a cure for cervical cancer with gene-editing as part of a five-year experiment.Scientists believe they have found a cure for cervical cancer with gene-editing as part of a five-year experiment.

Scientists Believe They Discovered Cure for Cervical Cancer

Scientists believe they have found a cure for cervical cancer with gene-editing as part of a five-year experiment.A group of scientists at the Menzies Health Institute at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia believe they have found a cure for cervical cancer. According to the five-year project, the sci…

Scientists Believe They Discovered Cure for Cervical Cancer

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

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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CRISPR is one such technology that has totally revolutionized the working process in the scientific field. It has been only a few years since its discovery and CRISPR has started dominating the research labs all over the world. In spite of being a newly discovered technology, CRISPR has come out with the latest methodologies of treating diseases with genetic or lifestyle inherited diseases.

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The cure was 100 per cent effective The cure was 100 per cent effective

Scientists cure cancer in mice using technology that could work in humans - Cambridgeshire Live

Australian researchers say they cured cervical cancer in mice - PanARMENIAN.Net

Griffith University researchers say they have made a “significant breakthrough” and have “cured” cervical cancer in mice. Griffith University researchers say they have made a “significant breakthrough” and have “cured” cervical cancer in mice.

World-first cervical cancer ‘cure’ | Warwick Daily News

Gene editing technology leads to new cervical cancer breakthrough.

Gene-editing breakthrough in battle against cancer – Griffith News