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RNAi Therapeutics: Are They Back On Big Pharma's Radar Screen?

By Peter Winter
Editor

Monday, August 20, 2012

It certainly has been a wild ride for RNA interference (RNAi), a unique class of therapeutics believed to be the next wave of novel medicines. From the initial euphoria about the technology with its huge potential for the development of targeted therapeutics for cancer and other diseases, we have witnessed a reality check in recent years as serious challenges began to surface related to the problems of finding effective delivery of these constructs to their intended targets.

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