Who controls our genes after we die?


Partial control over what are perhaps the most researched cells in science has been handed to the descendants of their owner, Henrietta Lacks. The agreement marks the end of over six decades of cell research without the permission of the owner or her family. Under new rules, scientists will have to ask for authorization to carry out any genome research derived from the famous HeLa cells.

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