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Iceland has the DNA data to notify people of cancerous genes, but is wary of ethics concerns
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Jun 16, 2018 5:04 PM 9+ mon ago

Iceland, with extensive DNA databases, has the ability to identify citizens with deadly breast-cancer genes, and notify them. But government so far refuses to do so. That infuriates Kári Stefánsson, a brilliant but polarizing geneticist....

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