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“Ray stimulated and inspired our North American sales team at the end of a very long day.” Ericsson Networks
“As a speaker, Ray Hammond has Mojo!” National Property Council of Australia.
“Ray Hammond was fabulous. He bent our minds.” Intel Corporation
“Ray – thank you for your terrific contribution to our Business Leadership Forum.” McKinsey & Co
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“Ray was brilliant at our client conference in Cape Town.” Telkom SA

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Attitudes Toward “Designer Babies” Start To Change

Letting parents use new gene-editing technology to pick characteristics of their unbornchild can be “morally acceptable”as long as it doesn’t increase social inequalities, an influential medical ethics group has said.

In a major report on the looming frontier of human gene-editing, the Nuffield Council on Bioethics (NCB) said it did not believe there was an ethical red line in tinkering with the genetic material that will be passed to future generations.

It also did not draw a distinction between using these techniques to tackle genetic diseases and for enhancing desirable physical or intellectual traits, so-called “designer babies”, so long as it meets strict ethical and regulatory tests.

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