Last Posted: Oct 23, 2020
- Should you choose your baby's eye color?
K Swisher, NY Times, October 22, 2020
- The Meaning of Informed Consent: Genome Editing Clinical Trials for Sickle Cell Disease.
Desine Stacy et al. AJOB empirical bioethics 2020 Oct 1-13
- A cut above: pair that developed CRISPR earns historic award
J Cohen, Science, October 16, 2020
- Human genome editing: how to prevent rogue actors.
Townsend Beverley A et al. BMC medical ethics 2020 Oct 21(1) 95
- As genome-editing trials become more common, informed consent is changing
Science Daily, October 12, 2020
- Heritable Genome Editing Not Ready for the Clinic, Panel Says
J Abbasi, JAMA, October 13, 2020
- Ethical and regulatory issues in human gene editing: Chinese perspective.
Lei Ruipeng et al. Biotechnology and applied biochemistry 2020 Oct
- Heritable Human Genome Editing- The International Commission Report
EY Adashi et al, JAMA< October 8, 2020
- Pioneers of revolutionary CRISPR gene editing win chemistry Nobel
H Ledford et al, Nature, October 7, 2020
- Heritable Genome Editing Not Yet Ready to Be Tried Safely and Effectively in Humans; Initial Clinical Uses, If Permitted, Should Be Limited to Serious Single-Gene Diseases
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