‘DNA Surgery’: Scientists Try Gene Editing In Human Embryos

09:34 EDT 18 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

NPR goes inside the lab that is working on embryonic research. In other public health news today are developments related to HIV, tuberculosis, Alzheimer's, maternal mortality and nicotine addiction.

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