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Experts discourage ban on genetic engineering

The following is an excerpt. As genetic technology develops, the ability to change the genes of a fetus has moved ...

Experts discourage ban on genetic engineering

Kelly Scurry | 
The following is an excerpt. As genetic technology develops, the ability to change the genes of a fetus has moved ...

For those with the rarest diseases, genomes can yield answers

Kendall Morgan | 
For many of us, having our genomes in hand today isn’t likely to make any profound difference in our lives, ...

Genetic data may be double-edged sword

Casey Tissue | 
Another heavyweight addresses the concerns of the burgeoning era of personal medicine: Nancy Andrews, Dean of Medicine at Duke University, ...
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