Gene-edited babies: China wants to be the world leader, but at what cost?

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April 22, 2019

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Guillaume Levrier, « Gene-edited babies: China wants to be the world leader, but at what cost? », Genome Editing and Policy-Making, ID : 10670/1.waakrc


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Embryos with eight cells. DOI:10.1038/nature23305 Guillaume Levrier, Sciences Po – USPC Recent claims of the world’s first gene-edited babies have sparked a strong response, to say the least. In particular, the Southern University of Science and Technology, which employs the researcher involved, He Jiankui, stated in a press release that they were not aware of his work, that it took place off campus, and that it was a case of potential scientific misconduct that would not go unaddressed. The...

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