Gene editing technologies

Gene editing technologies such as CRISPR-Cas9 have revolutionized biomedical research by enabling precise modifications to the human genome. While these advancements hold tremendous promise for treating genetic diseases and enhancing human health, they also raise complex ethical considerations. Discuss the ethical implications of gene editing technologies in the context of human health, including concerns related to consent, equity, safety, and the potential for unintended consequences. Consider the ethical frameworks and regulatory mechanisms necessary to ensure responsible and equitable use of gene editing in clinical settings.