Scientist He Jiankui, who sparked controversy with his announcement that he had altered the genetic material of twin girls before birth, poses with The Human Genome, a book he edited, at his company Direct Genomics in Shenzhen, China, in August 2016. Photo: Reuters

Are gene-edited babies safe from HIV mutations? Chinese scientist’s haste may yield unwanted results

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    Scientist He Jiankui, who sparked controversy with his announcement that he had altered the genetic material of twin girls before birth, poses with The Human Genome, a book he edited, at his company Direct Genomics in Shenzhen, China, in August 2016. Photo: Reuters
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