Gene editing: ‘Make people my size’

The Royal Society of medicine is debating either rudimentary gene modifying will urge a health of destiny generations. So is this a destiny of medicine? Or could it be a skinny finish of a wedge… a initial step in a instruction of engineer babies.

Speaking opposite a suit is a singer Kiruna Stamell who has dwarfism. She tells a Today programme multitude should be operative to make it easier for people to live with a incapacity and wonders because for tellurian warming’s consequence we aren’t gene modifying people to be her size.