It's hard to see the future of medicine through the scabs, blisters and scars that torment 7-year-old Charlie Knuth , but the boy from Appleton, Wis., is helping doctors perfect a pioneering intervention called gene editing, a procedure that could lend hope to thousands of people suffering from hundreds of diseases.
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