Full Frame • 55m
The mystery of life is now revealed in our genetic code, revolutionizing how we tackle disease, aging and reproduction. Genetic engineering has been crucial in developing vaccines, including for HPV, Ebola and, now, COVID-19. What's the potential for these technologies, and what are the ethical questions that these advancements bring to the forefront? Host Mike Walter speaks to Jamie Metzl, technology futurist and author of Hacking Darwin, and Dr. Robert Klitzman, the director of the Bioethics Masters Program at Columbia University and author of Designing Babies.
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