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Posted: September 3, 2017 at 12:43 pm

Mitalipov successfully repairs genes in human embryos

A ground breaking discovery by Shoukhrat Mitalipov, Ph.D.,was reported in Nature the successful removal of a lethal geneticdefect in human embryos. The breakthrough is the initial confirmation that adangerous genetic defect can in theory be erased.

Scientific success in embryo editing re-opens reg debate. BioWorld

Study in Nature demonstrates method for repairing genes in human embryos that prevents inherited diseases. OHSU News

Gene Editing Breakthrough. Charlie Rose Show

A Promising And Still Uncertain Future For Human Gene Editing. Science Friday

In Breakthrough, Scientists Edit a Dangerous Mutation From Genes in Human Embryos. NY Times

First human embryo editing experiment in U.S.'corrects' gene for heart condition. The Washington Post.

Scientists Precisely Edit DNA In Human Embryos To Fix A Disease Gene. NPR

Human embryos edited to stop disease. BBC

A Gene Editing Breakthrough. On Point with Tom Ashbrook.

First U.S.-based group to edit human embryos brings practice closer to clinic. Science

In breakthrough, OHSU corrects defective gene in embryo. Oregonlive.

First Safe Repair of Gene in Human Embryos. Associated Press.

A new discovery may unlock the answer to a vexing scientificquestion: How to conduct mitochondrial replacement therapy, a new gene-therapytechnique, in such a way that safely prevents the transmission of harmful mitochondrialgene mutations from mothers to their children.

For women with mitochondrial diseases, a step closer to preventing transmission. STAT

Human embryo experiment shows progress toward 'three-parent' babies. The Washington Post

Families struggling with infertility or a genetic predisposition for debilitating mitochondrial diseases may someday benefit from a new breakthrough led by scientists at OHSU and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.

Egg 'nobbles' can be used to create embryos, say scientists in fertility breakthrough

Fertility success may get boost from new research

First he pioneered a new way of making life. Now he wants to try it in people

Shoukhrat Mitalipov: The cloning chief.

Researchers announced they had derived stem cells fromcloned human embryos, a long-awaited research coup that Science's editors choseas a runner-up for Breakthrough of the Year.Read the article on Science

#4. Finally, We're Just Like Dolly

#5. Functioning Organs Made From Stem Cells

#2. Human embryonic stem cells cloned

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