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Aug 8, 2021

Is Gene Editing the Future of the Olympics?

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Gene editing: the future of the olympics or a looming crisis?


As the 2,020 Olympics come to a close, we’re reminded of elite athletes’ talent. But could science and gene editing make them perfect? What then?

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  1. zarifausa says:

    Gene editing has immense potential for basic research; scientists can learn a lot about what genes do by selectively disabling them. Beyond agriculture, gene editing has enormous potential for medicine. It might, for instance, become a much-needed treatment for sickle cell disease.

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