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Breast cancer: Should DCIS be treated? Pig genome: messy and quite boaring

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Psychology cleans up its act, plus biohackers embrace gene editing, CRISPR, cyborgs

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Pinker’s gene editing rant ignored most bioethics issues; debunking stoner Shakespeare

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Using Modern Human Genetics to Study Ancient Phenomena

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Winner of the PLOS Genetics issue image campaign

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First Americans mystery again plus $100 million search for extraterrestrials

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Snark-Hunters Once More: Rejuvenating the Comparative Approach in Modern Neuroscience

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Human Disease Epigenomics 2.0

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Obamacare lives and Kennewick Man is a Native American

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PLOS Genetics editors – David Kwiatkowski and Peter McKinnon

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