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On May 18, W. French Anderson, known as the “father of gene therapy,” was released from prison on parole. Two weeks later, the 81-year-old scientist, pediatrician, and ex-con welcomed science writer Sharon Begley to his home in California for several...

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Americans’ views on the appropriateness of changing a baby’s genetic characteristics depend in large part on the intended purpose and on whether or not human embryos would be used in testing these techniques. A majority of Americans support the idea...

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Jesse Reynolds started it. Now a fondly recalled CGS alumnus, Jesse was in 2007 the primary blogger at Biopolitical Times...

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Home DNA test results from the 5 million customers of 23andMe will now be used by drug giant GlaxoSmithKline to...

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Two upright pill bottles, one pill lying down, and several loose pills, all on top of a black table

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Three stages of human evolution, looking more like a modern man from left to right. Pencil drawings on a tan background

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A man and a woman holding the hands of a baby, laying on a white background.

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