mRNA breakthrough offers a potential heart attack cure


King’s College London researchers are turning to the same technology behind the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines to develop the first damage-reversing heart attack cure. They used mRNA to deliver the genetic instructions for specific proteins to damaged pig hearts, sparking the growth of new cardiac muscle cells. “We are using exactly the same technology as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to inject mi...

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