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Officials spar over benefits and risks of biotechnology.
States-parties to the Biological Weapons Convention agree on a financial fix, but little else.
One concern is the potential abuse of gene-editing technology.
States-parties to the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), meeting in Geneva on Dec. 4-8, reached a last-minute accord on a substantive three-year work program leading to the 2021 review conference.