Colorblindness May Become a Thing of the Past

A small trial has demonstrated a gene therapy for treating color blindness as safe in adults, paving the way for larger trials in younger patients
A small trial has demonstrated a gene therapy for treating color blindness as safe in adults, paving the way for larger trials in younger patients

The results of a first human trial testing a gene therapy for complete color blindness have been published in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology. The research suggests the experimental gene therapy is safe, and potentially efficacious, opening the door to larger human trials in the future. read more