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The Rise Of "Biorights": Patients Demand Cash, Control For Donating DNA

Push comes as medical researchers need more biological samples in genetic age. Push comes as medical researchers need more biological samples in genetic age. Mary O'Connor had long wanted researchers to decipher her genetic code to better understand a deadly heart condition that runs in her family. But the 52-year-old woman balked at providing a saliva or blood sample to researchers because they would neither promise to give her the results nor pay her for her trouble.
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