Researchers found the coronavirus may be able to alter human DNA. Photo: Shutterstock Researchers found the coronavirus may be able to alter human DNA. Photo: Shutterstock
Researchers found the coronavirus may be able to alter human DNA. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus gene findings are no cause for alarm, says leading scientist

  • MIT’s Rudolf Jaenisch found that the coronavirus may be able to insert its genes into human DNA, but says there is no evidence that mRNA vaccines do the same
  • He says the findings should not be used to support anti-vax arguments and says that even if they are found to affect human genes it would be a good thing

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Researchers found the coronavirus may be able to alter human DNA. Photo: Shutterstock Researchers found the coronavirus may be able to alter human DNA. Photo: Shutterstock
Researchers found the coronavirus may be able to alter human DNA. Photo: Shutterstock
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