FULL SHOW: What’s at risk with new gene editing technology?

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Published on 22 Oct 2019, 20:11
CRISPR technology has taken a new leap. Scientist David Liu of the Broad Institute says that fine tuning of this gene editing technology could correct about 89 percent of the mutations in human heritable diseases. Legal and Media analyst Lionel breaks it all down (13:29). Talks between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin are underway in Sochi. (0:55) Despite numerous controversies, including wearing blackface and brown face, Canadians have re-elected Justin Trudeau as their Prime Minister. However, his party lost a number of seats in Parliament. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich joins In Question live from Toronto to give us the details. (4:47)

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