Video: Science and ethical wariness about CRISPR gene editing should not limit its transformative capabilities

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Among the various technological advances in the twenty-first century, CRISPR is perhaps the scientific breakthrough with the most potential. However, this rapid progress in biotechnology has many people afraid of possible consequences. Is it right to give up on CRISPR and its potential to revolutionize medicine to assuage those fears?

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Watch the original video: ‘Future First’: CRISPR Makes Biology the New Digital

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