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A research team at The Broad Institute has developed a new tool for making changes to DNA, called "Prime-Editing." Scientists say it's a major advance on the revolutionary gene editing technology called CRISPR, and could potentially allow us to correct the vast majority of mutations that cause genetic diseases.

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David Liu, Richard Merkin Professor at the Broad Institute, chemistry professor at Harvard. He tweets @davidrliu.

This segment aired on October 21, 2019.

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