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Following gene editing milestone, bioethics professor ventures into CRISPR minefield

13:37 EDT 4 Aug 2017 | MedCity News

In the face of a gene editing breakthrough this week, Insoo Hyun, an associate professor in the Department of Bioethics at Case Western Reserve University talked about CRISPR vs. preimplantation genetic diagnosis to help couples select healthy embryos.

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