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Corporate governance, transparency issues shadow ‘designer baby’ innovations

Barbara Prainsac | 
The “designer baby” debate, which has reached new heights in recent weeks, has focused largely on the ethical questions raised ...

Why predicting the phenotypic effect of mutations is hard

The following is an excerpt. By now, we’re probably all  familiar with Niels Bohr’s famous quote that “prediction is very ...

Why predicting the phenotypic effect of mutations is hard

Caroline Wright | 
The following is an excerpt. By now, we’re probably all  familiar with Niels Bohr’s famous quote that “prediction is very ...

Genetic information: No choice for you

Anna Middleton | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) has recently published recommendations for reporting incidental findings (IFs) in clinical ...

Personal genomics: No choice for you

Anna Middleton, Caroline Wright | 
The following is an excerpt. The American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) has recently published recommendations for reporting incidental findings (IFs) in clinical exome ...

“100,000 Genomes” project will have implementation challenges

Caroline Wright | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The recent announcement that the UK Government has earmarked £100 million to “sequence 100,000 ...
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