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Genome Ethics

By Chris Witwer

The Health and Human Service human research regulations are being revised. Scientists' input on whole genome sequencing data may shape the future of research. It's great that the article below says that change is "imminent."

Here's an article that describes the issue:

DNA Mapped in a Day Prompts U.S. Review of Genome Ethics

And here's a document from the Department of Health and Human Services:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.federalregister.gov/2012-07329.pdf

The Bloomberg video is shown above.

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