Engadget states:

“A new study published today in Nature Biotechnology warns that CRISPR may not be the ultra-specific gene editor we’ve believed it to be. With CRISPR-Cas9, researchers can find particular sequences in a cell’s DNA and cut them at a specified spot. The cell can then repair the DNA where it was cut and scientists have been attempting to use this technique to treat all sorts of diseases and disorders including ALS, Huntington’s disease, HIV and sickle cell disease.”

And then there’s those fun DNA chain terminators that killed my friends that gay rags everywhere have incessantly touted as salvation.

The horror of DNA chain termination is like a silent holocaust.

They are found in HIV meds.