• George J. Annas

    George J. Annas is a William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor, a School of Public Health professor of health law, ethics, and human rights, and director of the Center for Health Law, Ethics & Human Rights. He is also a School of Law professor and a School of Medicine professor and can be reached at annasgj@bu.edu. Profile

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There is 1 comment on POV: How Did Claims of CRISPR Babies Hijack an International Gene-Editing Summit?

  1. I do not want the taxpayers money or govt money to asist in any form of gene editing..I would want the law makers to seriously consider the black listing of gene editing..Human genome in present form took millions of years of natural evolution.. I think that the natural evolution is the key… ALtering genomics in bacteria and other viral is acceptable..Any contact of genetic editing for human should not be taken lightly… I think that the science is crossing the redline in genetic editing..Embryos are a BIG NO

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