Smithsonian American Ingenuity Awards 2019: Ewelina Mamcarz and Stephen Gottschalk

Medical researchers Ewelina Mamcarz and Stephen Gottschalk detail the science behind the gene therapy they invented to help children with “bubble boy disease,” or severe combined immunodeficiency. Video by Adam Grossman | Good Dog Media (3:32)

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