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Your Medical Data in the Cloud? Not So Fast, Says HHS Privacy Officialby Andrea PetersonScience ProgressJanuary 9th, 2013Digital health records are superior to physical ones for many reasons, but data security and privacy of health information are major obstacles and policy has not yet caught up with practice.
No Easy Answer[Editorial]NatureJanuary 9th, 2013Demands to analyse the DNA of the Connecticut school shooter are misguided and could lead to dangerous stigmatization, or worse.
Follow the Biotech Money … If You Can Find It by Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJanuary 9th, 2013In a relatively slow period for mergers and acquisitions in genomics and related sectors, Illumina, Amgen, BGI, and BioTime were buyers and 23andMe added financing while Geron sold and Roche held off.
Stem Cell Research Center Needs Overhaul, IOM Panel Says[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Marcia FrellickAmerican Medical NewsJanuary 8th, 2013A report says board members must be free of personal and professional conflicts of interest. It also calls for an external scientific advisory board.
Book Review: Anne Pollock’s Medicating Race[Quotes CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Colin HalversonSomatosphereJanuary 7th, 2013Medicating Race is a meditation on the history and present state of racialized (specifically African American) forms of heart disease.
More Female Fetuses Aborted in Europeby Claudia HennenDWJanuary 7th, 2013Sex selection is not just a problem confined to China and India: New statistics show skewed sex ratios in favor of boys in Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro.
Stem Cell Lawsuit Finally Overby Jocelyn KaiserScience InsiderJanuary 7th, 2013The Supreme Court has rejected a request to ban federally funded research on human embryonic stem cells, bringing an end to a long legal battle.
Could Human Enhancement Turn Soldiers Into Weapons That Violate International Law? Yesby Patrick LinThe AtlanticJanuary 4th, 2013New technologies reveal ambiguities and hidden assumptions in international humanitarian law.
UK Government's Enthusiasm for GM Not Matched in Developing Nationsby John VidalThe Guardian January 4th, 2013Across the world, countries are turning their backs on GM crops; perhaps the coalition in the UK could learn something from them.
RNL Bio Smuggled Out Stem Cellsby Yun Suh-youngThe Korea TimesJanuary 3rd, 2013RNL Bio sent 15.5 billion won worth of stem cells to hospitals in China and Japan on 860 different occasions from November 2008 through July 2012 without reporting the shipments.
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