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January 7, 2012 in Uncategorized
Registered: Aug 11, 2009
khyrsten said on January 14, 2012
i read that too. But there going back to fixing it cause what they did is cut out some of the liver from the mice that had the pku in it gave the shot to it so the liver would grow back to normal with out the pku. But after a year the pku came back.. So maybe it will or it might take longer so they can perfect it
Registered: Nov 30, 2012
franklin square, New York
salvatore said on December 14, 2012
yes i read it also, it is true or i think or they would not post it in the medical field and the pna news, i cant wait for that to be out in 10 yrs., but u know one thing if it cured the mouse with pku it should come out sooner what do u think i think so.
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