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Left behind: Gene editing may impact races and classes unevenly

Nourbese Flint | 
[Editor's Note: Nourbese Flint is a program manager for Black Women for Wellness, where she directs environmental and reproductive health ...
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Should the world follow Britain’s model for policies on “three-person babies”?

Jessica Cussins | 
Some have suggested that we look for guidance to the United Kingdom’s policy process for...“three-person IVF"....How did the UK come ...
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Should concerns about ‘rogue scientists’ prompt more government oversight of CRISPR research?

Elliot Hosman | 
... Many [scientists, concerned citizens and public officials] have noted the alarming speed with which CRISPR is being applied in research ...

People with disabilities deserve voice in debate over using CRISPR on humans

Emily Beitiks | 
[CRISPR has] been getting plenty of press. And yet, as someone who tries to stay up to date constantly with ...

Should we believe every bold promise in biotechnology?

Gina Maranto | 
Based on direct experience,...I would advise that heady promises regarding biotechnology should be viewed with a high degree of skepticism...Many...biotechnological ...
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Sensationalist media coverage of gene therapy provokes ethical concerns

Katherine Drabiak | 
Media coverage of trials related to gene therapy has portrayed the clinical research rollercoaster.  [Recently], The New York Times ran ...

UC Davis prof argues three-person IVF not same as “life-saving treatment”

Jessica Cussins | 
UC Davis Assistant Professor of Philosophy Tina Rulli published a report titled "What is the Value of Three-Parent IVF?"...If you have ...

Problems emerge in US direct-to-consumer stem cell clinic market

Pete Shanks | 
Leigh Turner and Paul Knoepfler recently published an important paper in Cell Stem Cell on stem cell clinics in the US. Turner is a University of ...
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French activists protesting ‘GMO babies’ could derail CRISPR on humans debate

Elliot Hosman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A recent campaign calling ...

‘Three-person embryo’ closer to reality, but critics say it still has obstacles to overcome

Jessica Cussins | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. In February 2015, the ...
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After failure of first uterus transplant, what is future of procedure?

Elliot Hosman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On February 25, the ...
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Do sperm banks ‘work in eugenics?’

George Estreich | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On December 29th, 2015, ...

Mass genetic surveillance? Reflecting on bio discrimination, DNA evidence, immigration procedures and privacy

Elliott Hosman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  “If we each keep ...

Does genetics support hopes of precision medicine advocates?

Gina Maranto | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Like so many medical ...
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New Exploitation documentary tackles dangers, unknowns of egg donation procedures

Emma Maniere | 
Eggsploitation: Maggie’s Story is the fourth in a series of original documentaries about assisted reproduction directed by Jennifer Lahl, president and ...
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Response to Steven Pinker: Society can’t afford for bioethicists to ‘get out of the way’ of science

Nathaniel Comfort | 
"Get out of the way." So said the European colonists as they pushed indigenous Africans, Americans, Aborigines, and Maoris off ...
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#CRISPRfacts media debate over Wired’s hype of gene editing technique

Jonathan Chernoguz | 
On July 21, WIRED magazine released its August issue with a cover story on the controversial new gene-editing technique CRISPR. Under the headline “The Genesis ...

20th century eugenists guided women on selecting perfect mate

Natalie Oveyssi | 
For American women in the early twentieth century, marriage was a dangerous affair. Upon her marriage, a woman’s civic and ...

American eugenics movement saw babies’ fitness judged at state fairs

Natalie Oveyssi | 
Eugenics became a popular ideology in the United States beginning in the second decade of the twentieth century. Concerned with ...
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