Bioethicists Hold Public Debate on Ban on Genetically Engineered Babies | GenomeWeb

In an early public skirmish in what may well become a long battle over ethical questions that are at the core of human biology, medicine, and research, four intellectuals gathered on a stage in New York City last night to debate whether or not there should be a ban on the use of genetic engineering to improve human babies.

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