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Attitudes on human genome editing vary, but all agree conversation is necessary

12:51 EDT 10 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

In early August 2017, an international team of scientists announced they had successfully edited the DNA of human embryos. As people process the political, moral and regulatory issues of the technology—which nudges us closer to nonfiction than science fiction—researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Temple University show the time is now to involve the American public in discussions about human genome editing.

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