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First Person – Hannah Gordon

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In her First Person interview, Hannah Gordon shares why animal models are so important in disease research, and the story behind her Disease Models & Mechanisms paper suggesting a fundamental shift in the development of new therapies for adrenoleukodystrophy, a fatal progressive neurodegenerative disorder.

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