Previously known as Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Genetics PSRGNZ - Charitable Trust
As required under the new 2005 Charities Act, PSGR has reregistered as a charitable trust.

Assuming crispr is required, the following results were found.

  • 2017 Letter to the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand 10 November 2017

    engineering. The basic problem inherent in all the discussion about genetic manipulation and gene editing (especially CRISPR) is that it is based on unscientifically naive exaggerations of what the technology can actually achieve. Proponents talk about...

    http://psgr.org.nz/letters/65-royal-forest-and-bird-protection-society-of-new-zealand/187-letter-to-the-royal-forest-and-bird-protection-society-of-new-zealand
  • 2017 Letter to all MPs on Genetic Engineering 17 November 2017

    17 November 2017 17 November 2017 To all Members of the New Zealand Parliament PSGR is a not-for-profit, non-aligned charitable trust whose members are science and medical professionals. Since the recommendations of the Royal Commission on Genetic...

    http://psgr.org.nz/letters/25-government/185-2017-letter-to-all-mps-17-november-2017

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