People Back Editing Genes To Treat Disease, But Are Wary Of Inheritable Changes

(By Courtney Columbus for NPR)

People generally think that editing human genes might be OK, but most think that there’s a clear line that’s shouldn’t be crossed when it comes to changing traits that would be passed down to new generations, according to a survey reported Thursday. Continue reading article here…

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