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Genetic connections and human migration are interesting, but they are also they are useful for tracing possible diseases and hereditary conditions for ourselves and generations down the line. These connections can lead to research that can result in a cure for some of them, so they are important. For instance, Muscular Dystrophy Research and others have made great strides in this arena.

In the 21st Century, Biotech industries and DNA research can make advances in Healthcare, Agriculture, Forensics, human Reproduction, and other fields. Problems in DNA tracking are evident in the resistance shown by individuals toward the findings of the Genographic Project sponsored by The Smithsonian, IBM, and National Geographic. Yet, these may be overcome in time. See:

Who Really Discovered America?


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