Thursday, February 26, 2009

How possible is it that a cure will be found?

According to the Medical College of Wisconsin, gene therapy is the best way to cope with color blindness. Jay Neitz, PhD, who is a Professor of Cellular Biology, Neurology, and Anatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin said, "I'm sure that, ultimately, gene therapy will cure colorblindness." She also said, "It's not a matter of whether it will or not, it's a matter of when. I think the probability is extremely high."
I too believe in her statement. Even though there is little treatment now, there is still help. You can ask a health professional where you can take gene therapy at. I am positive, with all of the scientific discoveries being made, that someone will be the person to find a cure. Whether it be surgery, glasses, or an extra set of eyes, there is still hope.


Ullrich, Dan. Gene Research Shed Light On Cure For Colorblindness. 14 Apr. 2004. 26 Feb. 2009 .

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