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Reply to: A Dating App That Matches Users Based on Their DNA Isn’t a Totally Bad Idea

It depends on who the actual beneficiary would be

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In a recent article, Emily Mullin published a thoughtful discussion on the possible development of dating apps that use genetic information from its users, to eliminate matches that could lead to offspring with genetic disorders. In her…

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