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Gene editing technique or gene therapy itself is good, because it may cure life-threatening diseases which are caused by genetic mutation. It may also help prevent children from developing inevitable hereditary diseases. However, this technology is too new to be implemented in humans. You don't know what would happen if you applied this technology to human embryos. In the worst case scenario, embryos might be killed during the process. Necessary steps should be taken in order to make the technology widely accepted by society. Like many other medical experiments, ethical discussion should be requisite before doing research if you want to perform an experiment using human embryos. It is also necessary to make all the procedures transparent. Otherwise we may lose opportunities to benefit from this cutting-edge technology. does this sound natural?

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