Reactions to the National Academies/royal Society Report on Heritable Human Genome Editing
In September 2020, a detailed report on Heritable Human Genome Editing was published. The report offers a translational pathway for the limited approval of germline editing under limited circumstances and assuming various criteria have been met. In this perspective, some three dozen experts from the fields of genome editing, medicine, bioethics, law, and related fields offer their candid reactions to the National Academies/Royal Society report, highlighting areas of support, omissions, disagreements, and priorities moving forward.
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Angrist, M., Barrangou, R., Baylis, F., Brokowski, C., Burgio, G., Caplan, A., Chapman, C. R., Church, G. M., Cook-Deegan, R., Cwik, B., Doudna, J. A., Evans, J. H., Greely, H. T., Hercher, L., Hurlbut, J. B., Hynes, R. O., Ishii, T., Kiani, S., Lee, L. T. H., … Davies, K. (2020). Reactions to the National Academies/Royal Society Report on Heritable Human Genome Editing. The CRISPR Journal, 3(5), 332–349. https://doi.org/10.1089/crispr.2020.29106.man