Genome editing is a powerful tool now available for making precise alterations to an organism's (including human's) genetic material (i.e., DNA). Technological advances have spurred global scientific interest in using genome editing to improve human health. However, their are ethical, policy, and system issues to be considered. A National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Medicine committee recently released a Human Genome Editing report with recommendations that summarize the possibilities and potential risks. Worth watching the recording when made available.