Waiting for approvals from the competent authorities, scientists in the field of biotechnology are fully equipped to begin production within two years, human babies genetically (GM), according to BBC News. A new form of in vitro fertilization (IVF) which involves combining the ovum from two different women with the sperm of a single man could soon be made public as a method of preventing mitochondrial disease fatal.
The main producers of energy in the body, mitochondria are essential for life. When they do not work properly, the human body does not have enough energy to function properly, leading to weakness and loss of muscle mass, weakness, blindness heart GA, and even death. But the reconstruction of human embryos with the help of science could provide a viable solution. A Committee of scientists, formed by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology (the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority = HFEA) in the United Kingdom carried out a careful research of the technology to determine its safety. Although it failed to state that the process is safe without any shadow of doubts, the Commission states that positive developments were observed to replace diseased mitochondria of the natural parents and the donor parents. “That Leadership is a process for sure, but we don’t know what the future holds,” said Professor Robin Lovell-Badge of the Medical Research Council (the Medical Research Council MRC =), responsible for conducting research. According to reports, a toddler of “three” is built by the same sperm fertilization by two different sets of ovules. The pronucleus of the natural parents ‘ baby, which contains genetic information correct, is extracted from embroils, both being kept only the natural parents. It is added back, and the embryo donated embryo is implanted in the mother’s uterus again. Are mutated mitochondria of babies genetically modified transmitted from one generation to the next? Theoretically, the concept seems a viable option to give a baby the best chance of living a healthy life. But scientists are not sure if this can be achieved in this way because the mutated mitochondria could be eventually transferred during the process. “Are these techniques safe for people? We don’t know until you actually apply this process to the people, “he told reporters by Prof. Andy Greenfield, Chairman of scientific verification, stating that” safety is not really that simple. ” “Until you give birth to a healthy baby we can’t argue that these techniques are 100% safe,” he adds. “if we think in the past when IVF was a new technology, there were all these questions before IVF.” Because mitochondria are coming up with their own unique set of DNA, children born of three people instead of two will have a set of extra DNA.
This is genetically modified babies with a cocktail of DNA might generate unexpected health problems for children who get it, what remains unknown until the procedure is applied effectively. “The very idea that you can, or that you have to heal any disability implies rejections of the existence of the handicap. What’s next: “remedy” to aging through euthanasia without pain? ” Surprisingly enough, scientists in the US seem to incline towards this direction, considering that a Commission of American researchers came to a conclusion very different this technology. According to The Verge, the American has discovered a Commission in February this year that the safety of IVF from three parents is not far from established and in addition, has gaps, hoping that, in the light of these conclusions, it will not pass the approvals necessary for implementation.