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The National Catholic Bioethics Center
NCBC Ethicists Address Embryo Gene Editing
August 2, 2017
© 2017 by The National Catholic Bioethics Center


NCBC Ethicists Address Embryo Gene Editing

 

Ethicists from The National Catholic Bioethics Center have spoken to the Catholic News Agency about August, 2017 reports that researchers in Oregon have successfully altered genes in a human embryo for the first time in the United States. Please see:

First human embryos edited in the USA. Here's why it's problematic.

 

Father Tad Pacholczyk also spoke to the San Diego Union-Tribune. Please see: 

With embryo gene editing a reality, humanity enters a new era

 

Dr. John Brehany and Father Tad Pacholczyk are quoted in an article by John Burger on Aleteia. Please see: 

The promise and peril of new genetic engineering technology

 

An editorial on gene editing from the National Catholic Register also quotes Father Tad Pacholczyk:

Gene editing: unmoored science

 

An article from the Catholic News Service by Dennis Sadowski quotes Father Tad Pacholczyk. Please see:

Ethical questions surface as scientists advance gene-editing work

 

Father Tad has also published a column in The Tidings, the Los Angeles Archdiocesan Newspaper. Please see:

The "Expendable Children"