The University of California, Berkeley, yesterday announced that students will no longer be able to view their personal genotyping results as part of its "Bring Your Genes to Cal" program. "While the university still plans to analyze the DNA samples in a campus research lab, students who voluntarily returned samples will not be allowed to see their personal results," the school said in its statement.

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