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Why CRISPR patents matter to a world worried about designer babies, rogue scientists and curing disease

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In the midst of widespread disapproval of creating “designer babies,” fear of rogue scientists editing the genome of future generations, ...
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Transparency and trust: Is there room for ‘the people’ in the human gene editing debate?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
How does excluding the people service the WHO's stated goals of transparency and trust? ...
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What’s the future of human gene editing? Balancing ethical and religious concerns with evidence-based uses of genetic technologies

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The November announcement of CRISPR-created babies provoked an intense uproar from scientists, ethicists and the public alike. Fears of independent ...
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