Why Is Genetic Engineering Important?

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Genetic engineering is important because the world's population is expanding exponentially. The making of new organs by xenotransplantation might help to conquer shortages in organs for transplant surgery, so extending life. Genetic engineering is also important because it provides adequate food since land available for food production is finite.
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