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China Surprises With First CRISPR Trial Despite Regulatory Lag, Concerns

Executive Summary

The lack of a comprehensive regulatory pathway has not hindered Chinese researchers from forging ahead with the world's first human clinical study using CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology, which will be used to treat advanced lung cancer.


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