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Utah law to collect DNA from accused felons

Amy McDonald | 
In addition to taking a mugshot and a fingerprint, police may be collecting DNA samples from those accused of a ...

About 1/3 of Americans don’t want genetic testing for cancer

Kirsten Stewart | 
Most Americans would consider undergoing genetic testing to predict their risk for certain cancers, but confusion persists over the benefits ...
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Myriad Genetics continues to fight SCOTUS ruling on gene patents

Tom Harvey | 
Since the Supreme Court invalidated parts of its patents on breast cancer genes in June, Myriad Genetics has been fighting ...

Myriad argues (again) for patents related to breast cancer genes

Tom Harvey | 
Before a courtroom packed Wednesday with attorneys and company officials, Utah-based Myriad Genetics again defended its patents related to genes ...
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