Minnesota biobank bill threatens genetic privacy

The following is an excerpt.

Minnesota health care officials recently admitted to building an unauthorized state biobank of DNA and health data on individuals. They’ve been doing it for decades all on their own. But they got caught two years ago and now want the legislature to retroactively legalize what they did and allow them to keep doing it in the future.

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