Genome editing: how to modify genetic faults – and the human germline

The Guardian, 2 September 2015
Author: Ian Sample
“Beyond supporting scientists who work on genome editing, the funders want a national debate on whether the genome editing of human sperm, eggs and embryos should ever be allowed. Are there any circumstances where there is an ethical case for modifying human embryos, or do concerns about introducing DNA changes to future generations always trump the benefits?”
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