ĠENERJA (AP) – The director of & # 39; the World Health Organization announced that his agency will bring & # 39; experts to consider the impacts on health & # 39; genetic editing.
Director-General of WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Monday that the gene editing "can not simply done without clear rules and experts have" beginning with & # 39; blank sheet and analyze everything.
Tedros made the comments after that the Chinese scientist, He Jiankui, announced last week that helped to change the DNA of & # 39; two newborns hoping that they become resistant to virus AIDS.
China to stop the team experiments & # 39; He.
Tedros told the press that the WHO experts "to start the question, We consider it as well", noting that "a large part of our population say, not touch.
"We should be very, very carefully and the group & # 39; ll do this work", he added.