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Bébé CRISPR-Cas9, les questions scientifiques sous-jacentes

Lulu & Nana, les deux premiers bébés “CRISPR-Cas9”, immunisés contre le SIDA, viennent de naître en Chine… de quoi alimenter le débat scientifique et éthique autour des thérapies géniques.

Initialement publie sur le site de l'Association Francaise Transhumaniste - Technoprog

Il s’agit ici de la vision personnelle de Terence Ericson, membre de l’association.

Member of the AFT-Technoprog association, I am primarily a neuroscience student. I am passionate about this field, as well as the exciting and important questions it offers: Where does consciousness come from? How can we improve our happiness or our intelligence? How to re-create a consciousness artificially? I define myself as optimist and sometimes utopian about the potentialities of human increases. It is in this sense that I joined the association AFT-Technoprog to promote a fair, stable, social and above all a sustainable transhumanism. To contact me: terry.perso@orange.fr



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