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Brazilian twins born conjoined at the HEAD but who had their own brains separated in a 15-hour op – Daily Mail

Brazilian twins born conjoined at the HEAD but who had their own brains separated in a 15-hour op  Daily Mail Ysabelle and Ysadora Freitas were one-of-a-kind in Brazil. International surgeons came together to operate four times on the twins. “conjoined twins” – Google News

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Were the Brains of China’s CRISPR Twins Inadvertently ‘Enhanced’? – The Wire

Were the Brains of China’s CRISPR Twins Inadvertently ‘Enhanced’?  The Wire He Jiankui attempted to remove a gene called CCR5 to build resistance to HIV in two babies. New research has found that the same ‘edit’ has other … “twins research” – Google News

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Engineering HIV-resistant babies may have accidentally changed their brains – Popular Science

Engineering HIV-resistant babies may have accidentally changed their brains  Popular Science In November 2018, a group of researchers in China divulged what scientists around the world feared: In what many researchers now call an ethically dubious … “twins research” – Google News

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CRISPR twins’ brains may have been unintentionally ‘enhanced’ – Siliconrepublic.com

CRISPR twins’ brains may have been unintentionally ‘enhanced’  Siliconrepublic.com The fallout from the birth of twins using CRISPR continues as research suggests their brains may have superior cognition and memory abilities. “twins research” – Google News

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Gene-edited twins may be first babies with enhanced brains – New York Post

Gene-edited twins may be first babies with enhanced brains  New York Post CRISPR twins’ brains may have been unintentionally ‘enhanced’  Siliconrepublic.com Engineering HIV-resistant babies may have accidentally changed their brains  Popular Science China’s CRISPR twins: A time line of news  MIT Technology Review Gene-Edited Twins May Be First Humans With “Accidentally” Enhanced Brains  NDTV News View full coverage on Google […]

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China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced – MIT Technology Review

China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced  MIT Technology Review New research suggests that a controversial gene-editing experiment to make children resistant to HIV may also have enhanced their ability to learn and form … “twins research” – Google News

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CRISPR gene-editing experiment may have impacted twins’ brains – Engadget

CRISPR gene-editing experiment may have impacted twins’ brains  Engadget Researchers have published research into a gene at the heart of a controversial human gene-editing experiment, lending more weight to the theory that it inhibit. “twins research” – Google News

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Formerly conjoined twins thriving after rare, complex surgery separated their brains – 10TV

Formerly conjoined twins thriving after rare, complex surgery separated their brains  10TV One year later, formerly conjoined twins in Philadelphia learning to grow independently  WTVD-TV Formerly conjoined twins thriving after successful CHOP surgery  Fox5NY Formerly conjoined North Carolina twins learning to grow independently  WABC-TV Twins formerly conjoined at the BRAIN thriving a year after separation  Daily Mail View full coverage […]

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How much screen time is too much? New research shows just how bad screens can be for kids’ brains – Deseret News

How much screen time is too much? New research shows just how bad screens can be for kids’ brains  Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — The physical formation of kids’ brains is being altered by smartphone, tablet and video game use, according to a new study from the … “twins research” – Google News

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More than 7hrs screen, phone use is changing structure of kids’ brains – NEWS.com.au

More than 7hrs screen, phone use is changing structure of kids’ brains  NEWS.com.au Kids are dangerously addicted to technology, with US scientists now claiming smartphones and tablets are damaging early brain development. “twins research” – Google News

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