The emergence of modern technologies has delivered new procedures for learning more about human genetics and genomics. Medical professionals are using these innovations to screen, diagnose, and treat a wide range of conditions. Personally, I believe that CRISPR-Cas9 technology is the best innovation that will support or meet the health needs of more people. This scientific process is capable of guiding professionals to learn more about various genetic diseases and cure them completely.
Physicians and scientists have used the innovation to edit genes in a cheaper and faster manner than ever before. Although this technology is in its infancy, CRISPR will make it possible for a human to edit genetic mutation and even cure the resultant disease. The latest reports regarding the production or making of twins babies by a Chinese scientist is a clear indication that this technology presents new opportunities for humanity. However, there is a need for stakeholders to consider the ethical implications associated with it and make informed decisions.
Personally, I will form teams comprised of experts in this technology to learn more about genetic and hereditary diseases, understand the nature of the affected genes, and edit them to offer high-quality medical support to more patients. Since the past use of this innovation has been quite promising, I will have to consider it in an effort to understand more about genetic conditions and create superior care delivery models that are informed by the results obtained from various investigations. All those involved should consider its potential benefits and embrace it to transform nursing practice.