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Jonny Anomaly on Genetic Enhancement

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Jonny Anomaly just wrote a book about genetic enhancement. Here’s a preview. Also, here is a blog post he wrote on the same topic.  It looks people are likely to create more gene edited babies going forward despite criticism of the practice. Meanwhile, the World Health Orginization chose a former FDA comissioner to co-chair an advisory committee addressing standards for the regulation of gene editing.  In light of this, Jonny’s helpful discussion of some of the challenges associated with effectively regulating gene editing is especailly timely.  Published on: July 15, 2019July 15, 2019Author: Jessica Flanigan

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Jonny Anomaly just wrote a book about genetic enhancement. Here’s a preview. Also, here is a blog post he wrote on the same topic.

 It looks people are likely to create more gene edited babies going forward despite criticism of the practice. Meanwhile, the World Health Orginization chose a former FDA comissioner to co-chair an advisory committee addressing standards for the regulation of gene editing.  In light of this, Jonny’s helpful discussion of some of the challenges associated with effectively regulating gene editing is especailly timely. 

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