International Gene Editing Summit Kicks Off With Wide-Ranging Discussions | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, DC (GenomeWeb) – On the first day of the International Summit on Human Gene Editing, held at the National Academy of Sciences, experts from around the world jumped headlong into discussing the thicket of technical, ethical, legal, and social implications of recent technological advances in genome editing.

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