Precision Medicine

DNA designer bodies could soon become mainstream

According to entrepreneur Juan Enriquez, we will be able to hack our DNA in the future. Image: REUTERS/Mike Segar

Jolene Creighton

‎Editor-in-Chief, Science Communication, Futurism

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