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Last answer by Bogdan Alexa 61 months ago +0 votes:
In my opinion,breaking the genetic code equals playing god and most likely there are consequences that our knowledge is not about to discover them and who knows what harm could we do to ourselves and what long term consequences there are.First manipulating the genetic code implies manipulating a human being so someone's life will be put in danger because a genetic code exists within that someone a... more
Hi there!   I love to know the details procedure of DNA_Gene Therapy. How does it take place, how its codes are decoded, how it’s made enriched with new desired code & how the new code is added to the existing DNA_Gene, what apparatuses are used to perform this medical treatment function. Could you please mind sending me photos of those apparatus?   I hope you’ve got ... more
Last answer by Annette Palmer 65 months ago +0 votes:
Xeroderma pigmentosum, or XP, is a genetic disorder that shows up in children around 6 months after birth.  XP is a chromosome disease that is recessive trait and is hereditary. It affects the Japanese people 6 times more with 1 in 40,000 births who get XP disease; however, US and British births get XP 1 in 250,000 People with XP have extreme photosensitivity causing pigmented and dry skin an... more
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