Understanding the risks of science June 18, 2021

Gwen DuBois, MD, MPH, Chesapeake PSR | The Washington Post

In addition to the origins of the world-shattering pandemic — which we may never know, or who is to blame — the most important question may be: “When in research — in this case ‘gain of function’ — do the risks to humankind outweigh the benefits?”

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