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Several Chinese institutions distanced themselves from the doctor’s claims of genetically editing babies, which can’t be verified without an independent review – yet that hasn’t stopped investors stepping back into bullish bets on the stocks exposed to potential success. (Photo: Getty)

(Bloomberg) –Gene-editing stocks traded higher after a Chinese researcher claimed to have produced the world’s first genetically edited babies.

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