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Back in 2016, a company called Homology Medicines came into the world with the claim that its scientists had built a better mousetrap for genome editing, using viruses to tinker with DNA in vivo instead of CRISPR’ing cells in a lab.

That brought millions in venture dollars, a $144 million IPO, and a nearly $1 billion market cap.

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