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Incidentally you should probably know genetic engineering isn't X-Men, it's making corn that resists parasites, or in more research oriented realms, creating cell defences against cancer (or HIV, as an alternative biomedical example). However, creating plants to resist pathogens is very important - Norman Borlaug won the Nobel Peace Prize for it as his work greatly reduced the incidence of famine and the resulting deaths and suffering. The cancer stuff seems pretty current and topical research-wise, so still in the early stages as I can tell.