'CRISPR therapies could potentially be a one-and-done cure, which no other drug can match,' said Professor Subhojit Roy, a neuroscientist at the University of California, San Diego. But he added 'Cutting and pasting a gene is much harder to do in the brain using current technology.'
CRISPR genome editing purported as a treatment for Alzheimer's
Image by Matthew Daniels via the Wellcome Collection. Depicts human cells, showing the stages of cell division.