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The researchers found that correcting less than half of the heart muscle cells was enough to rescue cardiac function to near-normal levels in the heart tissue.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy leads to degeneration of skeletal and heart muscles. This results in patients being wheelchair-bound and on respirators to breathe. Most people with the disease die by age 30. No cure has been developed.
Clinical trials expected to start this year.