(RNS) — News that scientists for the first time successfully edited genes in human embryos created a stir this week.
In the experiment, outlined in a paper in the journal Nature published Aug. 2, scientists essentially snipped a mutant gene known to cause a heart condition that can lead to sudden death.
But it raises a host of ethical questions with religious ramifications.
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