SciDev.Net Podcast Examines Potential Role Of Gene Editing In Malaria Efforts, Evolution Of Humanitarian Aid System, SDG 3

SciDev.Net: Gene editing against malaria
“…In this month’s podcast, we investigate how [CRISPR, a gene editing technology] could play a decisive role in the battle against malaria. We then discover how the humanitarian system is changing to respond to new types of crises. … Finally, we learn how the third Sustainable Development Goal, aimed at ensuring healthy lives for all, could be hindered by corruption in public health and in the pharmaceutical sector…” (Del Bello, 11/1).

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