Scientists publish DNA results to encourage worldwide databases

Laura Roberts reports:

A group of 12 genetics scientists will publish the results of DNA tests today to encourage people to make their own information available for scientific research.

The “DNA Dozen” want to allay fears amongst the public that information about their genes should not be widely shared on the grounds that it is private and sensitive.

Read more in The Telegraph (UK)

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