The remarkable journey of the COVID-19 virus – from bat caves in Laos to freezers in Wuhan, through test tubes and gene editing machines and ‘humanized mice,’ and finally out into the rest of the world and through your lungs and mine, often two or three or four times by now – has made a lot of people think long and hard about whether they can trust scientists, as a whole, to do the right thing. As well it should have.

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