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Baby cord blood samples sent to military DNA database without consent to be destroyed

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  • Karen V 5 years ago

    What gets me, is that in the Sioux City Journal the statement was made "While blood spots are stripped of identifying information before being handed over to scientists..." Well, I do not understand how the army or scientists or anyone can use the DNA as a means of using as "ancestral mitochondrial markers which would identify unknown corpses or missing persons" if they do not know who's blood they are looking at? I fear, no good is intended from taking the blood of new born babies.

    What if someone in power got a hold of all these samples and decided to do away with certain families, peoples, those with same genetic makeup, or of any particular mixture of blood pertaining to any ethnic or race?

    Here's another thought, another quote, "No matter how a cell is obtained, it contains the DNA of the person & thus contains all of the information required to produce a duplicate or cloned person. Then they can clone your baby And for making body parts after killing cloned baby's pre-emb

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