Human Genome Editing: Science, Ethics, and Governance
Publisher: National Academies Press 2017
Number of pages: 328
Human Genome Editing considers important questions about the human application of genome editing including: balancing potential benefits with unintended risks, governing the use of genome editing, incorporating societal values into clinical applications and policy decisions, and respecting the inevitable differences across nations and cultures that will shape how and whether to use these new technologies.
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