I don’t think so. Each species gene composition is what makes it that species. Humans are not simple, single-celled bacteria where we can transform different plasmids (circular, free genetic material) or other genes. The genetic map of the human chromosome is too large and too complex to change a gene sequence. There are options such as gene therapy to treat some genetic disorders, but in order for a change in genes all the genes in all the cells in the human body would have to be changed.
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