Blood Feud

A controversy over South American DNA samples held in North American laboratories ripples through anthropology

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In early 2002, an elder from a Yanomami village deep in the Brazilian rain forest traveled more than 2,700 miles to a conference at Cornell University. In his public remarks — which were made in his indigenous language and translated by the...

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