Saw this link on CBC (Canadian news site):

The tool was adapted from one bacteria used to fight off viruses. It allows researchers to manipulate DNA with unprecedented ease and precision to delete, tweak or insert genes. The technological advance opens up new frontiers in genetic medicine, such as preventing hereditary diseases.

They specifically mention DMD as target of this kind of therapy.

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