Should we or shouldn't we be allowed to modify human DNA in future children?
An inquiry into the ethical issues surrounding genetically altering a human embryo has found there is "no absolute reason not to pursue it".
But appropriate measures must be put in place before it becomes UK law, said the report - which calls for further research both medically and socially.
Inquiry chair, Prof Karen Yeung, said: "The implications for society are extensive, profound and long-term."
Report located here: http://nuffieldbioethics.org/project/genome-editing-human-reproduction