How the genome-edited babies revelation will affect research

  title={How the genome-edited babies revelation will affect research},
  author={David Cyranoski and Heidi Ledford},
Some scientists worry the startling claim will lead to knee-jerk regulations and damage the public’s trust in gene editing. Some scientists worry the startling claim will lead to knee-jerk regulations and damage the public's trust in the technology. 
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