Remember When the Main Problem with DNA Databases Was that Nobody Knew About Them? | GenomeWeb

This week, scientists in the UK will kick off a recruitment campaign with the goal of getting 5 million Brits to volunteer DNA samples for UK Biobank, the national DNA database, according to this news story in the Guardian. They'll be specifically looking for people between the ages of 40 and 69.

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