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Genomics & Minorities

April 21, 2006

Genomics & Minorities
While many biologists view genomics as an unmitigated boon, social scientists remain wary of its potential for misuse. New York University sociologist Troy Duster discusses how some old concepts of race are quietly creeping back into genetics, with disturbing implications for medicine and forensics.