Scientists at Texas A&M University recently announced the birth of a genetically modified goat that produces a malaria vaccine in its milk. This goat could help people in developing countries get the medicine they need to survive. In this podcast, researcher Mark Westhusin talks about this unique animal and the obstacles in the future of biotechnology.
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