Yep, and right now, the easily solved conditions are going to be solved by gene therapy.
Sure, then I'd recommend intentionally funding that research, if you believe it. Figure out where it's going to happen first, and then put money where it will hire graduate students.
The FDA approved Hemgenix, a gene therapy for the treatment of adults with Hemophilia B.
I thought that Cystic Fibrosis will be the one that starts a real cascade of people innovating off of a good breakthrough. I feel no need to be correct in picking a winner, just as long as the ball moves forwards.