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Researcher He Jiankui spoke Wednesday during the 2nd International Summit on Human Genome Editing in Hong Kong. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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Facing Backlash, Chinese Scientist Defends Gene-Editing Research On Babies

He Jiankui, who shocked the world by asserting he had genetically edited twin girls, faced growing criticism from other researchers as he spoke at a scientific conference in Hong Kong.

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Why The Abortion Rate In Pakistan Is One Of The World's Highest

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Facing Backlash, Chinese Scientist Defends Gene-Editing Research On Babies

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