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Mutant mosquitoes: Can gene editing kill off malaria? – Telegraph.co.uk

04:00 EDT 11 Aug 2018 | Life Sciences Health

Telegraph.co.ukMutant mosquitoes: Can gene editing kill off malaria?Telegraph.co.ukNo disease in history has killed more humans than malaria. Now, genetic scientists say they are close to defeating its carrier, the mosquito. Is this a life-saving breakthrough? Or arrogant meddling with nature? Martin Fletcher reports. Deep in the ...and more

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