Police are using DNA to create 3D images of suspects they’ve never seen

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Edmonton police are apologizing after sharing a computer-generated image of a suspect they created with DNA phenotyping. Graham Richardson speaks with someone from Parabon NanoLabs, who created the technology.

On today’s show: 

  • A conversation with Dr. Ellen Greytak, Parabon NanoLabs’ Director of Bioinformatics. Then, we take your calls. 
  • Kylee Carnegie-Middlebrook, an Ontario patient who is paying $100K CAD for U.S. surgery after Canadian doctors deemed her cancer inoperable.
  • The War Room political panel with Zain Velji, Tim Powers and Tim Mulcair. 
  • We have a debate: Where is the best place to see fall colours in Canada?