Please Don’t Edit Me Out

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The Washington Post

In this story, the author uses their own experience with achondroplasia to explain how damaging it is to hear people applaud gene editing research and the erasure of those in the disability community. They outline how they believe gene editing is ableist and used to deny a disabled person's right to exist because they don't fit into society's ideals.

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Published on 09/01/2022

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