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Is embryo gene editing a technology we can afford — ethically and morally? Hank Greely address the future in ‘CRISPR People’

Is embryo gene editing a technology we can afford — ethically and morally? Hank Greely address the future in ‘CRISPR People’

Big Think | 
The following is an excerpt from Hank Greely’s book CRISPR People. I see no inherent or unmanageable ethical barriers to ...
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What the CRISPR baby controversy can teach us about ethics through the ages

LeapsMag | 
[H]ow should we assess the ethics of new biomedical procedures when we know that society’s views may change?  More specifically, ...
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Viewpoint: There’s no reason to panic over human germline editing

LeapsMag | 
[Editor's note: Hank Greely is a professor of law and genetics at Stanford University.] Controversy has raged about editing human ...

Are genetic databases and medical confidentiality compatible?

Slate | 
Personalized medicine, the hoped-for use of the information in our genes to inform our medical care, may end up helping ...

Heather has three parents

Stanford | 
In the 1990s the children’s book, Heather Has Two Mommies, caused an uproar.  To some people, the very title was ridiculous ...
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