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Kashmiri doctor helps gene editing of human embryos – Business Standard

23:38 EDT 5 Aug 2017 | Life Sciences Health

New York TimesKashmiri doctor helps gene editing of human embryosBusiness StandardFor the first time, genetically modified human embryos have been developed in the US and Kashmir-born doctor Sanjeev Kaul has played a lead role in this breakthrough. Scientists have now demonstrated an effective way of using a gene-editing tool to ...Early gene-editing holds promise for preventing inherited diseasesThe Jerusalem PostThe news and the noise about gene editingThe HinduEditing embryo DNA is an exciting landmark, but in reality will benefit fewThe GuardianNew York Times -Newsweek -Crux: Covering all things Catholic -Gizmodoall 95 news articles

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