TRENDSPOTTER: Will Public Fears Foil Germany s Genomics Efforts? | GenomeWeb

THE GERMAN Protestant Church recently rang the genomics alarm bells with a warning that current genetic and genomic research could lead us to the day when couples would be able to purchase made-to-order babies through the mail.

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