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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Lozier Institute on Gene-Editing: Focus on Helping Patients, Not Creating Designer Babies

“Use of CRISPR to manipulate genes or remove them entirely from the human germline presents a host of scientific and ethical questions that we can’t possibly answer at this time,” said Dr. David Prentice, CLI’s vice president and research director, “Nowhere is this more evident than how researchers describe the ‘theoretical’ benefits of germline editing, but theoretical is all this is. We simply don’t have any ability to ascertain the long-term effects germline mutation will have on future generations who inherit a mutated gene or the lack of a gene. Our focus should be on helping patients, not on designer babies."

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August 28, 2019
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“3-Parent Embryos” and “Gene-Edited Babies”: A Visual Aid

As both international and national debates continue over the ethics and science of "three-parent embryos" and “genetically modified embryos”, Dr. David A. Prentice, Ph.D. of the Charlotte Lozier Institute has prepared a series of visual primers for the general public, illustrating the various methods by which germline genetic engineering is used to create genetically modified human embryos.

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