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12.03.15
World's first in-human gene-editing treatment will tackle hemophilia
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World's first in-human gene-editing treatment will tackle hemophilia

This controversial medical method could prevent people from spontaneously bleeding to death internally.

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05.05.15
NIH bans funding for genetic engineering of human embryos
05.05.15

NIH bans funding for genetic engineering of human embryos

Researchers from Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China made headlines late last month upon an...

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07.31.14
Google-backed 23andMe gets public money for DNA research
07.31.14

Google-backed 23andMe gets public money for DNA research

Genetic testing firm 23andMe might not be on good terms with the FDA, but it impressed the Nationa...

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01.29.13
Vice President Biden reiterates need to research violent video games
01.29.13

Vice President Biden reiterates need to research violent video games

On January 16, President Obama asked Congress to approve a $500 million plan with the goal of supp...

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07.05.11
Research doubts link between cell phones, cancer
07.05.11

Research doubts link between cell phones, cancer

Back in May, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued the controversial results of a study th...

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