Category Archives: Gene Therapy

Genetic Selection

It seems to me…. “With the advent of genetic engineering, the time required for the evolution of new species may literally collapse.” ~ Dee Hock[1]. Evolutionary change has always been a long slow process extending over millennia but that is … Continue reading

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Gene Therapy

It seems to me…. “We need 10,000 genomes, not 100, to start to understand the link between genetics, disease, and wellness.” ~ Craig Venter[1]. Medical progress, as in all science, advances based on the work of predecessors. Researchers publish experimental … Continue reading

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