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A Gene-Editing Experiment Let These Patients With Vision Loss See Color Again

In a first, doctors injected the gene-editing tool CRISPR directly into cells in patients' eyes. The experiment helped these vision-impaired patients see shapes and colors again.

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Black Sands Bonobo
Pilgrimage Dr. Lonnie Smith
Anything Goes NVDES
Little's Theme Nicholas Britell
Bones Lazlo Hollyfeld
Fete By the River Binker & Moses

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Iranian Singer Googoosh Raises Her Voice To Keep Her Nation's Culture Alive

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Carlene Knight, who has a congenital eye disorder, volunteered to let doctors edit the genes in her retina using CRISPR. Franny White/OHSU hide caption

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A Gene-Editing Experiment Let These Patients With Vision Loss See Color Again

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CharlesTheFirst The Descent
America 2 The Midnight
Insight I Julien Marchal
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Imam Mohamed Herbert of the Islamic Society of Tulsa, the city's only mosque, whose congregation is preparing to aid in resettling the 850 Afghan refugees bound for the city. Chris Polansky /Public Radio Tulsa hide caption

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Oklahoma Welcomes Hundreds Of Afghan Refugees — Despite The State GOP's Objections

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Bravery D. P. Kaufman

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Biden Hasn't Named Picks For Posts To The FCC, And That's Frustrating Democrats

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I Can Feel It Humming The Flashbulb
Murder to the Mind Tash Sultana

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Pastor T.L. Barrett's Five Decades Spent As A Current For Our Sails

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Medley – Dr. Watts Hymn & the Disciples Prayer Pastor T.L. Barrett & the Youth for Christ Choir
Starry Night Peggy Gou

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A Judge Suspends Britney Spears' Dad From Her Conservatorship

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