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From: "Eliz Hanebury" <>
Subject: Re: [ROOTS-L] Re: ROOTS-L Digest V06 #349
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2006 20:22:09 -0400
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Don't forget the woman who was the first to visualize the double helix and
got elbowed out of the way and the Nobel <VBG>
On 8/12/06, <> wrote:
> DNA Lawsuits????
> The courts have been using genetic testing to determine paternity.
> Forensic investigators use it all the time to identify otherwise
> unidentifable bodies from airplane crashes, fires, murders, etc.
> The multitude of victims of 9-11 were identified using DNA.
> The military use it to identify soldiers who are victims of explosives.
> I don't think that the courts would favor any suit against the government
> nor scientists for use of DNA testing.
> A Nobel prize was given to the neat fellows who made these discoveries and
> they are now at a fine teaching and research hospital in Dallas Texas.
> What they will come up with next hopefully will be another great leap for
> Tree Mother
> Whose family is a DNA participant.
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