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Which of the following statements most accurately describes genetic research? A. Genetic research is widely used to treat hereditary diseases. B. The ability to design our children before birth is
only a couple years away. C. Genetic research raises many concerns in the general public. D. Genetic research shows little promise for saving lives. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. A B C D
The statement that most accurately describes genetic research is D. Genetic research shows little promise for saving lives.
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