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Read Proposed Treatment to Fix Genetic Diseases Raises Ethical Issues, By Rob Stein, NPR's Morning Edition, 2013
What are some of the ethical issues of editing human DNA? Cite examples from the text to defend your answer.
According to the text, the most controversial ethical issue regarding editing human DNA is that it creates the possibility of making designer babies with modifications that provide better intelligence or physical performance.
Other issues are the potential identity crisis of someone who has been born with genes from three different people and the potential risk of introducing errors into the human genetic code and therefore spreading genetic diseases among the community.
A diary is a primary source because it's written by the person who plays the role as the narrator in the story. The others are secondary sources because they are written by somebody else. The author of a science textbook wasn't the person who thought of Issac Newton's laws of motion.