Gene editing has become a key tool and is changing drug discovery, writes the Telegraph.

"It has transformed from something that is fantastically difficult to carry out into a day-to-day laboratory technology," Mike Mitchell from Panmure Gordon tells the paper. "It is now vital in both drug discovery and diagnostics and it's oncology and precision medicine that are driving this."

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