Genetically-Engineered Humans To Help Fight Diseases
Peachtree City, GA — December 5, 2010 — Science fiction author K.C. May has released a new novel that follows eerily on the heels of a real-life story of genetically-engineered monkeys.
According to a November 1, 2010 article at themedguru.com, “China is the third country in the world, after US and Japan, to have successfully genetically engineered a monkey”. The author of the article, Neha Gupta, states that this has been “a controversial issue worldwide due to the fear that it could eventually lead to the creation of genetically-engineered humans in future”.
If the genes from one species are being spliced into another species to help cure diseases, it’s theoretically possible that a new human subspecies could be engineered for immunity to diseases that might otherwise wipe out Homo sapiens.
That’s the premise of science fiction thriller The Venom of Vipers, released December 1, 2010, in which a supervirus threatens to wipe out the human population. The novel is available for the Kindle, Nook and other e-readers, and in paperback. Visit http://www.facebook.com/TheVenomOfVipers for more information.
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