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Disputed meeting to ask if crime has genetic roots.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, September 19, 1995, p.C1, C6

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Rockefeller U. is hurt as president feels pain of science-fraud case.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, April 1, 1991, p.A1, A12

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Scientists retract embryo study, saying research was fraudulent.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, June 9, 1992, p.C3

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Rules due on disputed embryo research.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, September 6, 1994, p.C1, C10

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Vast, 15-year effort to decipher genes stirs opposition.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, June 5, 1990, p.C1, C12

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For first time, gene therapy is tested on cancer patients.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, January 30, 1991, p.A1, A18

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U.S. opens the door just a crack to alternative forms of medicine.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, January 10, 1993, p.1, 22

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Girl, 4, becomes first human to receive engineered genes.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, September 15, 1990, p.1, 9

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Gene implant therapy is backed for children with rare disease.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, March 8, 1990, p.A1, B9

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Gene treatments for human illness may be tried soon.

Angier, Natalie Angier, Natalie (correspondence author) ; Angier, Natalie (record owner)

The New York times on the Web, August 1, 1990, p.A1, A12

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