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Doctors use HIV to develop cure for babies with bubble boy

Doctors use HIV to develop cure for babies with bubble boy

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Doctors develop possible cure for 'bubble boy' disease

A young patient at St Jude Children's Research Hospital, with his mother

Ja'Ceon Golden being treated at UCSF last year

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Doctors develop 'cure' for babies with 'bubble boy' disease

Doctors use HIV to develop 'cure' for babies with 'bubble boy' disease

Babies with 'bubble boy disease' cured using gene therapy developed by St. Jude's

Doctors use HIV in gene therapy to fix 'bubble boy disease'

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St. Jude patient Omarion Jordan plays outside with his mother, Kristin

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Babies with 'bubble boy disease' cured using gene therapy developed by St. Jude's

“Bubble Boy” Disease Effectively Cured Using HIV Gene Therapy

Kristin Simpson and son Omarion

He was diagnosed as an infant with a rare genetic disorder called severe combined immunodeficiency disease.

Doctors develop 'cure' for babies with 'bubble boy' disease

Doctors use HIV in gene therapy to fix 'bubble boy' disease

Babies with 'bubble boy disease' cured using gene therapy developed by St. Jude's

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