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+ - A CRISPR Way To Fix Faulty Genes->

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An anonymous reader writes "I don't know enough about DNA and gene splicing techniques to fully understand this, so I'm hesitant to do a write up. Also, I would prefer to remain an anonymous source. This report ran yesterday on NPR's "All Things Considered" broadcast, so hopefully it's not junk science. (It will be interesting to read the comments section should a mod decide to post this.)
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A CRISPR Way To Fix Faulty Genes

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