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CRISPR’d human embryos doesn’t mean designer babies are around the corner – TechCrunch

20:16 EDT 28 Jul 2017 | Life Sciences Health

TechCrunchCRISPR'd human embryos doesn't mean designer babies are around the cornerTechCrunchEarlier this week scientists stunned us with the announcement they'd genetically altered the first human embryos in the U.S. using CRISPR technology — but don't hold your breath if you think the ability to make designer babies is right around the corner.Scientists successfully edit DNA of human embryo for first timeThe Sydney Morning HeraldYes, US Scientists Edited an Embryo's Genes, but Super-Babies Are a Ways AwaySlate Magazine (blog)Editing human embryos with CRISPR is moving ahead – now's the time to work out the ethicsThe Conversation USScientific American (blog) -Mother Jones -WJLA -Seekerall 43 news articles

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