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Super-strong, genetically-engineered dogs -- Could they cure Parkinson's disease?

(CNN) In a medical breakthrough that is as terrifying as it is extraordinary, scientists in China say they have created dogs that are twice as strong as they would be naturally, through genetic engineering.
The process used could help prevent human diseases, according to scientists who led the study…
"There is certainly the potential for this model to help fight human diseases. The process we have been developing could help prevent muscular dystrophy and Parkinson's disease," Professor Xiang Gao told CNN.
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