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Researchers Turn Off Downís Syndrome Genesby Beth MoleNatureJuly 17th, 2013Silencing extra chromosome in cell cultures could lead to new treatments for the disorder.
Is Your DNA in a Police Database?by Jill LawlessAssociated PressJuly 12th, 2013Countries around the world are collecting genetic material from millions of citizens in the name of fighting crime and terrorism ó and, according to critics, heading into uncharted ethical terrain.
You Canít Patent Human Genes. So Why are Genetic Testing Companies Getting Sued?by Timothy B. LeeThe Washington PostJuly 12th, 2013Myriad says that even after its Supreme Court setback, it still has patents covering its competitorsí products.
Mice With Human Chromosomes - The Genetic Breakthrough That Could Revolutionise Medicine by Steve ConnorThe IndependentJuly 11th, 2013Scientists have created genetically-engineered mice with artificial human chromosomes in every cell of their bodies.
2 Competitors Sued by Genetics Company for Patent Infringementby Andrew PollackThe New York TimesJuly 10th, 2013Despite the Supreme Courtís ruling last month that human genes cannot be patented, Myriad Genetics is suing competitors that have begun to offer genetic testing for breast cancer risk.
Science Media: Centre of Attentionby Ewen CallawayNatureJuly 10th, 2013Does the Science Media Centre promote uncritical media coverage by serving as "science's PR agency"?
The Gene For Hubrisby Nathaniel ComfortGenotopiaJuly 10th, 2013Genetics and reproduction are intensely potent, and wherever we find abuse of power we should be alert to the harnessing of biology in the service of tyranny.
Designer Babies are on the Horizon but Aren't Here Yet by EditorialNew ScientistJuly 10th, 2013IVF is inexorably opening the door to a future where parents can choose desirable traits in their children.
'Designer Babies': The Ultimate Privileged Elite?by Heather LongGuardianJuly 9th, 2013A US baby born via IVF and genetically screened could open the door to wealthy parents selecting for ideal traits in their kids.
Trial and Errorby EditorialNatureJuly 9th, 2013Italian officials should not go ahead with expensive clinical tests of an unproven stem-cell therapy that has no good scientific basis.
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