Bone marrow shops suspend tests in NH pending investigation
A bone marrow registry operation that used flirtatious models to convince young men to submit DNA samples has agreed to shut down its New Hampshire operations, Attorney General Michael Delaney said Wednesday.
Delaney said the UMass Memorial Health Care labs in Worcester will suspend its operations Thursday for the Caitlin Raymond International Registry while his office and the Department of Insurance investigate its practices.
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