A new threat to human lives – the world’s first genetically modified babies

A new threat to human lives – the world’s first genetically modified babies

 

We have a deep desire to change that may alter the appearance of our teeth to get some things clear skin, cute, nose and good size. People who have a genetic disposition that they are receiving patients with genetic disorders like heart problems, cancer and diabetes to find techniques can save themselves. But what about creating genetically modified children? This concept has led some scientists in a wrong way. According to reports, so far 30 genetically modified babies were born on February 20, 2014 in New Jersey, USA.

2 children tested were found to contain genes from 3 parents (2 women and 1 man).

This scientific progress has raised a series of questions and debates about ethics.

An experimental program conducted at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St Barnabas gave a birth to 15 children over the past 3 years.

The children in the germline as found in modified DNA inheritance, will default to move quickly on this by their children.






How These Genetically Engineered Babies Were Conceived?


The woman was genetic defect resulting in wishing to conceive of infertility. If a healthy woman (donor) healthy egg cells were injected into the infertile woman’s egg cells. Fact that the DNA of mitochondria, the process infertile woman resulted in the incorporation of donor DNA in DNA. Finally allowing pregnant woman to use her success. Although, helps infertile couples to reproduce this new experience, this type of germline modifications have strongly objected by the majority of the scientific community.

Scientific communities fear this technology is comprised of high-strength or intelligence that could be used to create awesome new human species.





LORD WINSTON, OF THE HAMMERSMITH HOSPITAL IN WEST LONDON, TOLD THE BBC YESTERDAY: ‘REGARDING THE TREAT-MENT OF THE INFERTILE, THERE IS NO EVIDENCE THAT THIS TECHNIQUE IS WORTH DOING . . . I AM VERY SURPRISED THAT IT WAS EVEN CARRIED OUT AT THIS STAGE. IT WOULD CERTAINLY NOT BE ALLOWED IN                                                  BRITAIN.’ 

No matter the time how nature win we have to consider the ethics of human life, or at least future that mutation is the duty of the receiver to try to do on the human genome to modify the effects. We already have plenty of genetic modification experiments that went wrong with the animals and crops. Ethical or not, all these experiments were abandoned. Although the human genome modifications?

New achievements of genetic engineering concerns a completely new type of threat to our human live.

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