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LONDON – A U.K. enquiry into the moral and ethical issues raised by genome editing has concluded existing regulations provide sufficient oversight for the majority of applications but that its potential uses in treating inherited diseases by altering the germline in humans requires urgent scrutiny.

Waiting until almost the 11th hour, Congress passed a continuing resolution (CR) late Wednesday that will keep the U.S. government running through the first 10 weeks of fiscal 2017.

SILVER SPRING, Md. – Can the development of antimicrobials and susceptibility tests be coordinated more effectively?

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