September 19, 2016

With Rapid Uptake of Noninvasive Prenatal Screening, Many Question Its Impact on Abortion

(GenomeWeb) – When Indiana passed a law in March that prohibited abortions based on fetal genetic abnormalities, proponents of the bill cited the ubiquity of noninvasive prenatal tests as evidence that women would increasingly pursue abortion to avoid having children … Read More

August 19, 2016

Indigenous DNA at Centre of Ethical Furore Could Help Reconnect Stolen Generations

(The Guardian) – Historic blood samples collected from Indigenous Australians could connect members of the stolen generations to their families and improve healthcare for chronic diseases, but not without confronting a troubled legacy of scientific exploitation and racial classification. About … Read More

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