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Public and Stakeholder Engagement in Developing Human Heritable Genome Editing Policies: What Does it Mean and What Should it Mean?

Kirstin R.W. Matthews | Ana S. Iltis

Public and Stakeholder Engagement in Developing Human Heritable Genome Editing Policies: What Does it Mean and What Should it Mean?.

By Sarah Hoover, Ana Iltis and Kirstin R. W. Matthews

This journal article explores why the public and stakeholders should help develop guidelines and policies governing scientific practices for controversial biomedical research issues, such as genetically editing human embryos.

Read the authors' analysis in Frontiers