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02/09/2016

Palo Alto Student Was Asked to Leave School Because of His DNA

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02/03/2016

Ethicists approve “3 parent” embryos to stop diseases, but congressional ban remains

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02/01/2016

Tribes’ Win in Fight for La Jolla Bones Clouds Hopes for DNA Studies

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01/29/2016

Landmark schizophrenia study expands on gene link, timing

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01/28/2016

Can monkeys help unravel the mysteries of autism?

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01/14/2016

First children diagnosed in DNA project

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01/12/2016

Bay Area biologist’s gene-editing kit lets do-it-yourselfers play God at the kitchen table

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01/11/2016

Illumina Launches Firm to Develop NGS Blood-Based Screening Test for Early Cancer Detection

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01/04/2016

Stanford bringing gene editing to patients with deadly diseases

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12/03/2015

This Technology Can Fight Cancer And Create Adorable Mini Pigs. So Why Are Scientists So Worried?

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