Hasil penelitian grup riset kami, mengenai pengetahuan dokter Indonesia dan mahasiswa kedokteran Indonesia mengenai pengeditan genom.
“The results showed that Indonesian medical doctors’ and students’ knowledge of genome editing was limited and correlated with gender, place of residence, religion, education, marital status, childbearing and experience broad. More than half of respondents supported genome editing for the treatment of fatal and debilitating diseases both in somaticcells and embryos, implying their consent to edited gene inheritance. However, this approval decreased when applied to non-health-related aspects, such as physical appearance, intelligence and strength. Factors affecting their attitudes toward genome editing included their status as medical doctors or students, gender, age, education, religion, economic status andplace of residence. Therefore, iIncreasing knowledge and awareness of Indonesian medical doctors and students regarding genome editing is important. Even though its application in health-relatedmatter was supported by a majority of the respondents, discussion from ethical and religious perspectives is necessary to ensure the acceptance.”
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