Melbourne: Australian Researchers are on theverge of finding a treatment for the muscle wasting diseaseDuchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). Researchers of Western Australian University (WAU) in ajoint study with Oxford University, carried out on mice, havefound a way of restoring the production of the proteindystrophin which is lacking in those with the disease,according to ABC report today.
"We`ve been working on this for ten years and it`sanother step in showing scientific proof that this really doesreduce the severity disease in a severe model and it adds morehope perhaps for families," she said.Bureau Report
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