Epidemiologists pair gumshoe detective skills with fancy lab equipment to work backwards and stave off viral spread.
Many people turn to companies like 23andMe to learn about ancestry and ethnicity. But the genetic connection is far more complicated than the industry lets on.
This is the first time the U.S. will mass test people who've never been accused of a crime.
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