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In Depth (Science / Human Genome Mapping) #635085

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 26, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The mapping of the human genome featured. [President Clinton - comments.]

(New York: Robert Bazell) The possible benefits of the knowledge gained from the human genome project examined. [CLINTON - says mankind has gained more power to heal.] [Human Genome Project Dr. Francis COLLINS - explains what future students will believe.] [Cystic fibrosis patient Danny BASSETTE - says he cannot wait for a cure.] [Columbia University Dr. Rudy LEIBEL - comments.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Rockville, MD: Mike Jensen) Efforts to find ways to make money off of the information gained through the human genome project featured. [US Patent Office Biotechnology Director John DOLL - says many gene-related patents are pending.] ["From Alchemy To IPO" author Cynthia ROBBINS-ROTH - comments.] [PaineWebber Elise WANG - describes who will take risks.] [Human Genome Sciences Dr. Craig ROSEN - talks about treating patients with new products.]

Bazell, Robert;
Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike

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