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A far-out theory proposed earlier this year falls apart under closer examination, says a new study.
In 2015, an unknown Chinese scientist edited the DNA of human embryos. It was a step on an inexorable path to designer babies.
Even as a furious debate broke out in China over gene-edited babies, some scientists in the US are also hoping to improve tomorrow’s children.
An expert finding from the National Academies of Sciences was He Jiankui’s excuse to edit the DNA of two babies.
He Jiankui says he created twin girls whose genes were edited to make them resistant to HIV. Was that ethical? Or even legal?
A leading scientist wants Chinese researchers to halt a project to create genetically modified children.
A daring effort is under way to create the first children whose DNA has been tailored using gene editing.
Debate over a new idea for stopping malaria is pitting some environmental groups against Bill Gates.
Enough with the useless genes. Here are some that would actually come in handy.
One day, gene therapy may help with the rarest of diseases. Some parents aren’t waiting.
New ways of using your genetic data could bolster scientific racism and encourage discrimination.
How your detailed genetic profile can predict your risk of diseases and improve your health.
A machine can collate environmental data, genetic data, and patient history way better than I can.
The benefits of genomic drugs are exaggerated, hurting patients and the practice of medicine, says one high-profile oncologist.
Advances in DNA testing and gene editing have given people choices that would have been impossible a few decades ago. Here, in their own words, are the stories of four people confronted with these dilemmas.
Skeptics say drugs based on genetic insights have underdelivered. But look carefully and they’re everywhere.
When you’re sick, you’re vulnerable—and that’s when your doctor pressures you into participating in a data-gathering experiment.
How to make sure your loved ones can get into all your accounts. Or, alternatively—how to cover your tracks.
Anti-aging pioneer Judith Campisi explains how a recent breakthrough could ward off age-related disease.
Precision medicine has led to incredibly effective treatments for cancer and inherited disease. But not everyone gets treated.
Are we designing inequality into our genes?
Designer babies aren’t futuristic. They’re already here.
Your life span is written in your DNA, and we’re learning to read the code.
Companies are selling disease-risk tests that only work in people of European ancestry. They hope to fix that soon.
The largest-ever study of genetics and sexual orientation offers a theory about the longevity of genes that influence homosexuality.