Between the uncertainties of science, the fickleness of markets, and really just everything related to the White House, the fate of science and medicine in 2018 seems nigh unpredictable to us. So we reached out to a bunch of people who would know better and asked for their crystal ball readings of what the new year will bring. Here’s what they said.

Get ready for better gene editing

This is a transparent ploy by STAT to get inside info, masquerading as “prediction.” Nevertheless, I’ll be a good sport and give you some options. We may see:

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