Chinese scientist claims to have created ‘world’s first genetically edited babies’

Nov 27, 2018

New York Times announced a few days ago that a Chinese scientist claims to have created the world’s first genetically edited babies in an incredibly controversial research. If true, this would be a profound leap in science. At the same time, it raises an ethical debate.

Watch ReproUnion professor, Eva Hoffmann, talk about this matter on the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR). The topic is being presented and discussed from 20 minutes and 5 seconds into the news report .

See the interview here  (the interview is only in Danish).


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