How mRNA Is Revolutionizing Health Care
mRNA-based medicine has been a decade in the making.
mRNA is a new breakthrough in science, and it really made a name for itself thanks to the COVID vaccine. But it's been a decade in the making. What is it, how does it work, and why could it revolutionize health care?
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