By Michael Cook
Originally posted December 5, 2015
At the heart of the debate over the use of CRISPR technology for gene-editing is the human embryo. While manipulation of the genomes of plants and animals also raises profound ethical issues, it is the possibility of altering the human genome which generates summits and white papers.
So this week, there was a flurry of activity about the ethics of human genetic engineering.
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