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The only type of couple that would be unable to have a healthy, at least partially related, child through existing means is one in which both individuals carry two abnormal genes for the same dominant condition. Given the rarity of such a scenario, the unique benefit of germline editing is extremely limited in its application—a fact that must be emphasized in the discussions surrounding germline editing.
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The Russian molecular biologist who has been threatening to edit the genomes of embryos is getting impatient at the authorities who won't yet let him go ahead. But nothing major happens in Russia nowadays without at least passive consent from the President.

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With Altered Inheritance, bioethicist Françoise Baylis has authored a vivid call to action that “aims to bridge the divides between theory, science, politics, and practice.”

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The experimental and much-hyped procedure is not effective at boosting the chances of having a baby for women ages 37 and older.

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A first-of-its-kind workshop titled “Defining Abuse in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)” took place on the leafy campus of Kings College...

In June, Russian molecular biologist Denis Rebrikov caused a stir by threatening to perform heritable genome editing. At the...

Why is an organization committed to increasing accessible and equally effective healthcare for people with disabilities asking California Governor Newsom...

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The Russian health ministry is siding with the World Health Organization's stance against heritable genome editing "until its implications have been properly considered."
The fertility sector is large, and growing. To investors, reproductive vulnerabilities are growth opportunities.  
It would be much better if we invested the money spent on reproductive CRISPR applications on somatic ones instead.
The experimental and much-hyped procedure is not effective at boosting the chances of having a baby for women ages 37 and older.

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