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

August 17, 2016

Saving Eliza: Gene Therapy Offers New Hope for Girl with ‘Childhood Alzheimer’s’

(Today) – Eliza O’Neill’s parents call it their miracle story. After years of fundraising, 726 days of self-imposed isolation and non-stop determination to save their 6-year-old daughter’s life, she has finally become the first patient in the world to receive … Read More

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