Over the past decade, an innovative type of genetic therapy has been in development. Taking advantage of mRNA’s essential function (the production of proteins), messenger RNA (mRNA) therapy represents a potent and versatile alternative to conventional vaccines. However, it is known that the mRNA molecule is quickly degraded by extracellular nucleases which hinders the therapy’s effectiveness. Using a DNA-RNA hybrid, our goal is to construct an mRNA delivery system in order to increase the therapy’s stability and efficiency. Using the mRNA as a scaffold and short single stranded DNA (ssDNA) staples, we will fold a wireframe tetrahedron that can not only stabilize the mRNA molecule against nuclease attack and degradation, but also deliver, through a strand displacement mechanism, the instructions that will eventually produce its corresponding protein.