1. What are the potential health benefits of gene editing?  Financial Times
  2. Beyond ‘superbabies’: how Crispr is revolutionising medicine  Financial Times
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Last year a Chinese scientist shocked the world by claiming that he had created the world’s first gene-edited babies. Anjana Ahuja talks to Robin Lovell-Badge, a developmental biologist and geneticist, about the controversy and about the potential for gene editing tools such as Crispr-Cas9 to revolutionise the treatment of genetic diseases.This podcast is supported by the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations. Read more in the FT Health series Future of Research and Development

Genome-editing offers new tools for diagnostics, drug discovery and treating disease

The woman woke up one morning to find that she was unable to hear her boyfriend’s voice

This is a rare condition indeed! A woman who is recognised by the surname Chen from Xiamen, China had developed a rare hearing condition which made her unable to hear men's voices. Chen realized something was not right when she failed to hear her boyfriend's voice, as reported by MailOnline.

Chen awoke to being unable to hear her boyfri­end's voice