By Michael Le Page
A leading geneticist has said that scientists should draw up a clear set of dos and don’ts for those who want to perform human gene editing.
“What we need is a detailed protocol of how you would go about this,” says Robin Lovell-Badge of the Francis Crick Institute in London, who thinks some could benefit from genome editing if it was done right. “We think this is the best way forward.”
In November, the world was shocked when Chinese scientist Jiankui He …
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