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An approved gene therapy restores vision in children born with a rare form of blindness. There are other gene therapies advancing through clinical trials that could one day treat — and potentially cure — people suffering from devastating diseases like sickle cell, hemophilia, and Duchenne muscular dystrophy, among others.

Overactive bladder is bothersome, but it is most definitely not a devastating disease. Yet Tuesday, the biotech firm Urovant Sciences announced plans to pursue clinical development of a gene therapy to treat people who have this troubling but by no means life-threatening condition.

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