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United Kingdom Becomes Only Country to Allow Human Germline Modification
Feb 24, 2015
The Center for Genetics and Society (CGS) joins many others who believe that this is a historic mistake.
Britain is on the Brink of a Perilous Vote for 'Three-Person In Vitro Fertilization'
by Marcy Darnovsky and Jessica Cussins
- Feb 08, 2015
Los Angeles Times
Crossing this threshold raises a profound societal question that until now has been hypothetical: As biotechnologies improve and enable us to make more specific genetic changes in our offspring, how far will we go?
Comment on House of Commons Vote Approving the Germline Engineering Technique “3-Person IVF”
Feb 03, 2015
MPs approved the technique despite more than 40 countries and several international human rights treaties that prohibit inheritable genetic modification.
with Nathaniel Comfort and Alexandra Minna Stern
Coming up on Friday, February 27: A live online conversation on the history and future of human genetics and eugenics.
Center for Genetics and Society Releases Open Letter to UK Members of Parliament as Vote on “Mitochondrial Donation” Approaches
Jan 29, 2015
Five things MPs should know about “mitochondrial donation” before casting a vote.
Mitochondrial Mission Creep and the Cloning Connection
Of Clocks and Mammoths: The Pitch for De-Extinction
Precision Medicine in Context
FDA Regulation and Early Prenatal Testing
Egg-Freeze Unadvised, Panel Says
'Manufactured' Babies of Same-Sex Parents May Soon Be Reality
Mitochondrial Gene Therapy Passes Final U.K. Vote
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