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mRNA: How this once little-known molecule is disrupting medicine

Meet mRNA - illustration of mRNA

With its proven success in vaccinations during the global pandemic, messenger ribonucleic acid, or mRNA, technology has hit prime time. The versatile platform is already being used to develop investigational vaccines against other infectious diseases. But its potential doesn’t end there. Over the next decade, this technology could transform medicine.

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