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CRISPR gene editing roils public discussion over ‘what it means to be disabled’

CRISPR gene editing roils public discussion over ‘what it means to be disabled’

Brink | 
The gene-editing technology CRISPR promises enormous potential as a therapeutic for curing illnesses, including potentially devising new vaccines.  But the ...
The downside of ‘improving’ humanity: How CRISPR could edit out ‘abnormal genes’ — and human diversity

The downside of ‘improving’ humanity: How CRISPR could edit out ‘abnormal genes’ — and human diversity

Scientific American | 
CRISPR has many functions; one of these is that it can be used to treat disease. Yet the far-reaching, more ...
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