Dr. David B. Goldstein from Duke’s Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy talks about tracking the genetic history of the ancient Jewish priesthood (kohanim) and the Lost Tribe of Israel, the focus of his news book, “Jacob’s Legacy”.
Argentina’s president adopts Jewish godson
Israeli girl, 11, seriously injured in West Bank firebomb attack
U.S. agency pays Alan Gross in contract settlement
Ex-envoy Michael Oren announces Knesset run
Israel returns bodies of Har Nof terrorists
New construction approved in East Jerusalem
On homosexuality, top YU rabbi just doesn’t get it
The Great Leonard Beerman z”l: Inspiration through Word and Deed
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July 21, 2008 | 6:15 pm
February 21, 2008 | 5:00 pmA company called 23andme.com launched recently and got wads of media attention for being the first user-friendly Web site devoted to home genomics tests and analysis. For just $1,000, the company will take a swab of your cheek, sequence your genome and tell you a bunch of things...