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Resident Evil? DARPA Unveils Genetic "Tuning" To Fight Chemical, Radiation Attacks

In an oddly open and honest press release this week, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) - the U.S. military’s top research and development laboratory - explained how it has begun a new program - PREPARE - with the goal to change human genetics to defend against specific threats.

As DARPA explains so disquietingly, "PREPARE aims to develop new class of generalizable medical countermeasures that safely and temporarily tune activity of protective genes."

The "PReemptive Expression of Protective Alleles and Response Elements" program is aimed at exploring ways for the human body to protect itself against biological, chemical, and radiological threats by “temporarily and reversibly tuning gene expression to bolster the body’s defenses.”

For now, however, the military lab is exploring four current health challenges as part of its “proof of concept” stage:

influenza viral infection,
opioid overdose,
organophosphate (e.g. pesticides) poisoning, and
exposure to gamma radiation (e.g. from a nuclear detonation).

So, probably nothing but...

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder if DARPA is planning on using crispr gene editing technology to do this; but color me concerned on these experiments.

And how the heck can a subject be fully informed as to the outcome of these experiments, given that the scientists don't really know how the genes will behave, under such treatment?!? Could this ultimately wind up hurting people, when human trials begin?!?

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