Do Health and Forensic DNA Databases Increase Racial Disparities?

@inproceedings{ChowWhite2011DoHA,
  title={Do Health and Forensic DNA Databases Increase Racial Disparities?},
  author={Peter A. Chow-White and Troy Duster},
  booktitle={PLoS medicine},
  year={2011}
}
In the 1990s, scientists, social advocates, policy makers, and entrepreneurs debated the promises and perils of emerging digital technologies that could bring about enormous and wide-reaching changes in society. One set of debates revolved around the Internet while the other focused on genomics. Both framed the contours of the technological and social shifts in terms of the digital divide [1]. Politicians and entrepreneurs argued that connection to the Internet would be a basic necessity for… CONTINUE READING

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