061116-M-9827H-129 Zhanjiang, People’s Republic of China (Nov. 16, 2006) - Marines of the People’s Liberation Army (Navy) (PLA(N)) stand at attention as Commander, Pacific Fleet Rear Adm. Gary Roughead greets them following a demonstration of the brigade’s capabilities. Roughead’s visit to Zhanjiang coincides with the port visit of USS Juneau (LPD 10), which will conduct a search and rescue exercise (SAREX) with PLA(N) assets after the visit. Roughead and Chinese leaders feel the visit and ensuing SAREX will promote mutual understanding, transparency and cooperation between both navies and nations. U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. J.J. Harper
Express | Jan. 24, 2018
By Dan Falvey
CHINA’s mission to create an army of superhumans is expanding at a worryingly fast pace as the country rapidly invests in its controversial genetics research and development programme, a new study has revealed.
It has been revealed that over the last three years at least 86 people have undergone surgery to dramatically alter their genes in the communist state.
None of the clinical trials have been formally published, adding to the secrecy of the genetic alteration programme, but the testing is said to have “improved” patients ability.
Chinese doctors are able to selectively edit the DNA of cells in patients bodies and replace them with stronger genetics.