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Future of genetic engineering

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With the recent use of CRISPR being used to treat a patient with genetic blindness, where are we headed in the field of genetic engineering and what potential risks do we face?

Anneliese Farrer spoke to Prof. Alice Pebay, a principal research fellow at Melbourne University, to better understand what the future holds (Aired 21 April 2020)

Guests

Prof. Alice Pebay, Principal Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne

Contributors

Anneliese Farrer

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