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Researchers admit error in study led to falsely predicting early death of the CRISPR babies

A study found that the genetic mutation used in an attempt to create twins resistant to HIV may be linked to a shorter lifespan. But, the paper's senior author now said his study contained a serious flaw. (Bloomberg) — Last year, when Chinese scientist
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