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Discrimination in the genes

May 2, 2007

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AFTER BEING BLOCKED for years by Republican leaders in the US House, New York Representative Louise Slaughter's bill to ban genetic discrimination passed the chamber last week with 420 votes, and President Bush has vowed to sign it if it reaches his desk. The appeal of the measure is clear: As more hereditary disorders become detectable through genetic testing, more ... (Full article: 418 words)

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