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  • Posted 09.26.03
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This video segment from NOVA: "Cracking the Code of Life" explains the technology that makes DNA databases possible, and asks Boston University ethicist George Annas and Stanford University's Mark Schena some of the privacy and ethics questions that will surely arise as use of this technology becomes more widespread.

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					WGBH Educational Foundation

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						WGBH Educational Foundation

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						National Science Foundation

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