Genetics & ethics

Dec 2008
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http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/22/us/22dna.html

Members of the tiny, isolated tribe had given DNA samples to university researchers starting in 1990, in the hope that they might provide genetic clues to the tribe’s devastating rate of diabetes. But they learned that their blood samples had been used to study many other things, including mental illness and theories of the tribe’s geographical origins that contradict their traditional stories.
This is ridiculous; attempting to halt research just because you don't like the results.