NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 07, 1976
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(Studio) Harvard scientists want to expand their genetic research. Opposition exists to expansion.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Cambridge, Massachusetts) Some feel genetic research could be dangerous. [Mayor Alfred VELLUCCI - notes what could go wrong with research. ] City cncl. to vote on stopping genetic research until panel of residents can review projects. [Biochemist Dr. Matthew MESELSON - says free inquiry ends when someone looks over one's shoulder.]
REPORTER: Brian Ross
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