Researchers at a laboratory in Shenzhen. At a conference in Hong Kong on November 26, Chinese scientist He Jiankui said he helped to create the world’s first genetically edited babies. Photo: APResearchers at a laboratory in Shenzhen. At a conference in Hong Kong on November 26, Chinese scientist He Jiankui said he helped to create the world’s first genetically edited babies. Photo: AP
Researchers at a laboratory in Shenzhen. At a conference in Hong Kong on November 26, Chinese scientist He Jiankui said he helped to create the world’s first genetically edited babies. Photo: AP

Letters | Why gene-edited babies have been a scientific red line: ‘off-target’ risks

    Topic |   Chinese scientist He Jiankui
    Researchers at a laboratory in Shenzhen. At a conference in Hong Kong on November 26, Chinese scientist He Jiankui said he helped to create the world’s first genetically edited babies. Photo: APResearchers at a laboratory in Shenzhen. At a conference in Hong Kong on November 26, Chinese scientist He Jiankui said he helped to create the world’s first genetically edited babies. Photo: AP
    Researchers at a laboratory in Shenzhen. At a conference in Hong Kong on November 26, Chinese scientist He Jiankui said he helped to create the world’s first genetically edited babies. Photo: AP
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