Should CRISPR Scientists Play God?
AbstractWill CRISPR usher in a new era of Promethean overreach? CRISPR makes gene editing widely available and cheap. Anti-play-god bioethicists fear that geneticists will play god and precipitate a backlash from nature that could be devastating. In contrast to the anti-play-god bioethicists, this article recommends that laboratory science invoke the Precautionary Principle: pause at the yellow caution light, but then with constant risk-assessment proceed ahead. View Full-Text
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Peters, T. Should CRISPR Scientists Play God? Religions 2017, 8, 61.
Peters T. Should CRISPR Scientists Play God? Religions. 2017; 8(4):61.Chicago/Turabian Style
Peters, Ted. 2017. "Should CRISPR Scientists Play God?" Religions 8, no. 4: 61.
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