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Review: What is gene editing and how does it work? by the Wellcome Trust and the UK's Royal Society

12:35 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | BioNews

Genome editing is currently a hot topic. This is partly because of its promise in potentially treating genetic diseases and improving farmed crops; but also because it raises many ethical debates regarding safety and moral responses to this advancement...

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