See also Cyborg Bill of Rights, "Equality for Mutants". The battle for regulation ensues, and in spite of it, there will be illegal mutants. Their destiny will be confounding.
"Which means, under this new regulation genetically mutated animals created by exposing egg cells or sperm to gamma rays or mutagenic chemicals to randomly alter their DNA would pose no risks at all, not be drugs and be exempt from these new requirements. Clearly this regulation isn’t being made to mitigate risks, protect the animals, people, or the environment, but to control who has access to these “modern molecular technologies”. Ensuring they can only be used by the wealthiest corporations and government agencies, who can use these new technologies to make new cures and treatments and sell them at the very highest price. The idea that a bunch of dog breeders could use this technology to cure genetic diseases without their say so seems to be something they are actively apposed to, despite the complete proactive cooperation this breeder has shown the FDA over the years by initiating contact and by providing them with all the information on the project they have asked for."
David loves dogs and hates what humans have done to them. As dog breeder and citizen scientist he realized that dogs have more genetic diseases (over 600) than any other species on the planet because we have been genetically modifying them for certain traits like shorter snouts, smaller heads… and s...
Regulations against curing genetic diseases in animals. – Science for Everyone
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