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Will gene editing human embryos ever be safe?

Will gene editing human embryos ever be safe?

Impact Ethics | 
Debates continue about whether the societal risks of heritable genome editing are too great to proceed, as do calls for ...
100+ countries have outlined legal restrictions on editing human embryos. Here’s a guide

100+ countries have outlined legal restrictions on editing human embryos. Here’s a guide

Liebert | 
Discussions and debates about the governance of human germline and heritable genome editing should be informed by a clear and ...
crispr

Viewpoint: We don’t need another study to convince us that gene-edited babies are a bad idea

The Hill | 
He [Jiankui] attempted to disable a gene called CCR5 by producing a variant that has been shown to confer resistance ...
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