Oct 302018
 
 October 30, 2018  Posted by  Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Duan QianQian reports:

The Beijing Genomics Institute has denied any wrongdoing related to its collection of samples from over 100,000 pregnant women.

There is no leak of data related to these genetic resources that are stored in the China National GeneBank in Shenzhen, the genome sequencing center said in a reply letter yesterday to an inquiry from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

The Shenzhen-based center said on Oct. 10 it has collected the large quantity of samples for its Big Data Research on Genes from Millions of People, which caused public concern over these women’s privacy. Participants gave their consent to take part in the study, the lab added.

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