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A Chinese court has sentenced He Jiankui, the biophysicist who created the world’s first gene-edited babies, to three years in prison. This is a strong signal to other researchers.

He Jiankui faced backlash immediately after announcing the twins’ birth late last year.

A Chinese court found that He Jiankui and two collaborators forged ethical review documents and misled doctors into unknowingly implanting gene-edited embryos into two women.

We released this video when now-disgraced researcher He Jiankui announced that he had edited the DNA of twin embryos in 2018. Jiankui has now been sentenced by a Chinese court to three years in prison #CRISPRBabies 

A Chinese court found that He Jiankui and two collaborators forged ethical review documents and misled doctors into unknowingly implanting gene-edited embryos into two women.

H Jiankui was also fined 3 million Yuan (£327,000) by a Chinese court after being convicted of ‘illegal medical practice’

A Chinese court sentenced He Jiankui, the researcher who shocked the global scientific community when he claimed that he had created the world’s first genetically edited babies, to three years in prison for carrying out “illegal medical practices”

A Chinese court found that He Jiankui and two collaborators forged ethical review documents and misled doctors into unknowingly implanting gene-edited embryos into two women.

A Chinese court sentenced He Jiankui, the researcher who shocked the global scientific community when he claimed that he had created the world’s first genetically edited babies, to three years in prison for carrying out “illegal medical practices”

A Chinese court sentenced He Jiankui, the researcher who shocked the global scientific community when he claimed that he had created the world’s first genetically edited babies, to three years in prison for carrying out “illegal medical practices”

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He Jiankui said he had helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies, twin girls born in November 2018

He Jiankui, Chinese scientist who edited babies' genes, jailed for three years

He Jiankui, the Chinese researcher who helped produce genetically edited babies, has been found guilty of conducting “illegal medical practices” and sentenced to three years in prison.

A Chinese court sentenced He Jiankui, the scientist who created the world’s first known genetically modified babies, to three years in prison

He Jiankui, the Chinese scientist who used gene-editing technology to change the genes of twin girls, received a three-year prison term for illegally practicing medicine

He Jiankui, the scientist who used CRISPR to create two gene-edited girls born in 2018, has been jailed by a court in China. What is CRISPR and how is it used to edit human genes?

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A Chinese court sentenced He Jiankui, the researcher who shocked the global scientific community when he claimed that he had created the world’s first genetically edited babies, to three years in prison for carrying out “illegal medical practices”

Remember the CCR5 #CRISPR  genome editing that Jiankui He did? Well, it is deleterious, with a >20% increase in all-cause mortality. by Xinzhu Wei and @ras_nielsen  @NatureMedicine  @uk_biobank 

The work of Dr. He Jiankui presented at #GeneEditSummit  is profoundly disturbing & tramples on ethical norms. We need to develop binding international consensus on limits for this research. #NIH  does not support the use of gene-editing in human embryos

In November, Chinese scientist He Jiankui sparked international outrage when he announced that twin girls had been born with modified DNA to make them resistant to HIV. #9News 

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