Barbara Shelly

December 5, 2013 11:20 AM

Would you like to share your DNA code today?

The notion of a genetic testing company selling one’s DNA code the way an online retailer sells email addresses feels decidedly creepy. But what if your doctor asks you to share your genetic information to advance the cause of treatments and cures?

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