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The Pachyonychia Congenita Project is organizing a meeting next month focused on delivering functionally active nucleic acids, including siRNAs, into the skin.

The two-day event will be held on May 5 - 6 in Montreal and will cover current clinical trials using nucleic acids delivered to skin, delivery technologies under development, as well as other topics.

"A panel discussion following the formal presentations will consider the most effective paths forward to the clinic," according to the organizer.

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