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Animal – Human Chimeras May Solve Transplant Organ Shortage

June 9, 2016

In a move guaranteed to raise ethical questions around the world, scientists in California are using gene-editing techniques to remove parts of a pig’s DNA, then replace it with human DNA that codes for the human pancreas. It is their hope that this will provide a source to grow human... View Article