Editing the Genome of a Human Embryo

B0000030 Human embryo from IVF Credit: K. Hardy. Wellcome Images [email protected] http://wellcomeimages.org Human eight cell embryo for IVF selection. This embryo is considered to be grade one which is of sufficient quality to be used for in vitro fertilisation. Published: - Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons by-nc-nd 4.0, see http://wellcomeimages.org/indexplus/page/Prices.html

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Sarah Neidler did her PhD at the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, finding genes involved in lung cancer progression.

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  1. Dr Randi says:

    Gene editing has been in this industry for many years, and that provides the couple with a better baby. There are so many heredity diseases that neither parents want, this procedure is a savior in that sense. Providing the new baby with altered genes in not a bad thing, it eliminates the things in the bad genes making a base for the baby to be healthy and wise.

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