podcast. What’s the future for three genetically modified Chinese girls?

Three years ago the first genetically modified babies were born in China. He Jiankui, the scientist behind this illegal experiment, has recently been released from prison. Today, three little girls named Lulu, Nana and Amy are still alive. And their existence continues to stir ethical debates.

Today the question arises about his future. Is his health in danger? How to protect them? And what will happen to their children?

HervĂ© Morin, Head of the Department of Science and Medicine WorldIn this episode of the podcast “L’heure du Monde,” tells the story of these little girls and the questions scientists have for future years.

An episode produced by Jean Bozek, directed by Amandine Robillard and presented by Morgan Tull.

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