FEAM publishes position paper on “The application of Genome Editing in Humans”

In this position paper FEAM acknowledges the importance of the significant advances that have taken place over the last few years in the science and application of genome editing, aided by the development of new techniques such as CRISPR/Cas9. FEAM also recognises that the rapid development of this technology and its potential to deliberately introduce modifications to the human germline, has also been responsible for driving forwards the current ethical and regulatory debate over the possibility of its future application in the clinic.

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Two new reports on vaccination

Vaccination has long been considered one of the most important medical achievements of the 20th Century for the primary prevention of communicable diseases. However, in recent years vaccination has become a hot topic in public discussions and faces major challenges.

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Health Inequalities – summary report published

The ALLEA/FEAM/KNAW Symposium ‘An interdisciplinary exploration of socioeconomic position, health and causality’ took place on 24 May 2018. The event brought together key opinion leaders from various scientific backgrounds for an interdisciplinary discussion and resulted in a recently published report.

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