There's Always Someone to Ruin a Good Thing | GenomeWeb

On the Gene Expression blog, Razib offers a post in which he says, "If there is one thing that casts a pall over the rise of genomic technology and its applications, it is the eugenics movement." His post reminds readers that even as genomic technologies become better and better, we shouldn't forget that there are always bad guys who will use it for the wrong thing.

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