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(American Society of Human Genetics) As part of its celebration of National DNA Day, ASHG announced today the winners of its 2019 DNA Day Essay Contest, which encourages high schoolers and teachers worldwide to learn about human genetics and apply it to current issues. ASHG awarded first place to Sophia Chen at Lakeside School in Seattle; second to Yanna Bravewolf at The Potomac School in McLean, Va.; and third to Irene Calderon at The Summit Country Day in Cincinnati.
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