An advance from scientists at Johns Hopkins has led to genetically modified mosquitoes that are resistant to malaria. The premise, of course, is to eliminate the leading vector in the spread of this disease. But John Tierney's blog at the New York Times poses the question of whether this is the right approach, and comments posted so far indicate that people just aren't sure.
Fighting Malaria: Good. Using GM Mosquitoes: Iffy
Mar 21, 2007