Privacy Advisor

Genomic pioneers blaze trail to new frontier

02.01.2009
The Personal Genome Project (PGP) is gathering the genomic information, DNA sequences, medical records, and other personal information of 10 individuals who have agreed to forsake privacy concerns for the advancement of science. The data will be available to both the research community and the public. The Privacy Advisor interviewed three PGP-10 participants about their decision to share such sensitive information.

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