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    Scientists have tried editing a gene inside the body for the first time, in a bold attempt to tackle an incurable a disease by permanently changing a patient’s DNA.

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    Stem cells in the body have a significantly different gene-expression profile than do the same cells when they’re isolated in a lab dish, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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