In the Service of Human Life
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In the Service of Human Life

Embryonic Gene-Editing

News of the birth of the world’s first gene-edited babies made headlines worldwide. Born in a Chinese hospital, Dr. He Jiankui edited the embryo’s DNA in an attempt to make the twins resistant to HIV. Their mother is HIV-negative, but their father is HIV-positive. This put the twins at high risk for contracting HIV while in utero.Read Article

Tie Goes to the Runner

Baseball is an American tradition. There’s a great rule in baseball that helps umpires make the most difficult calls: tie goes to the runner.Read Article