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UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

Scientists in the UK have used gene editing to produce a new breed of tomatoes rich in vitamin D. It's estimated one billion people worldwide are vitamin D deficient, which is linked to cancer, cognitive decline and bone weakness. Sarah Morice reports from Norwich.

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