Georgia Mae Dunston on Race, Genetics, Medicine, and God

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Georgia Mae Dunston is a geneticist at Howard University and founding director of the National Human Genome Center at Howard University. In this Discover article, she shares her perspectives and hopes for research on human identity. What does race mean socially and genetically? How does it matter and not matter in the fields of genetics and medicine? And how does all of it inform our pursuit of God?

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