2017 Darwin Lecture: From gene identification to clinical benefit - the example of cystic fibrosis
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In this 9th annual Darwin lecture, Professor Eric Alton gives an overview of cystic fibrosis and discusses the ways in which our understanding of the basic defect in the cystic fibrosis gene has developed. Professor Alton considers what progress has been made in addressing new treatments and whether any lessons have been learnt for a new generation of identified genetic diseases.
This public evening lecture entitled '2017 Darwin Lecture: From gene identification to clinical benefit - the example of cystic fibrosis' was filmed at the RSM in London on Wednesday 15th November 2017.