A DNA database in the NHS: the end of privacy?

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Governments, police, journalists, employers, insurers and even nosy neighbours would inevitably get access to personal information about medical conditions and non-paternity if a DNA database is built in the NHS, writes the executive director of GeneWatch UK.

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