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The discovery of the double helix half a century ago has so far been slow to affect medical practice, but significant transformations are likely over the next 50 years. Changes to the way medicine is practised and new doctors are trained will be required before potential benefits are realized.

Original publication

DOI

10.1038/nature01402

Type

Journal article

Journal

Nature

Publication Date

23/01/2003

Volume

421

Pages

414 - 416

Keywords

Classification, DNA, Disease, Genetic Therapy, Genetics, Medical, Humans, Vaccines, DNA