false positives

Before you sign up for a home DNA test, learn more from this couple's story.
Throughout this ordeal we learned of a whole new type of sorrow (who knew there were so many different types of pain?), but also a whole new type of appreciation and love for one another, and for the child my wife is busily building.
What the U.S. has had "going on" in Colombia for decades is massive military involvement, both overt and covert, though one would hardly know from the lack of media attention on this issue.
At a critical juncture for the Colombian peace process, 245 lawmakers from the U.S. Congress, the Irish and UK Parliaments, and the Northern Irish Assembly have sent a letter of support to the Colombian government and FARC peace negotiators.
Screening is more accurate and involves less radiation than ever before. Women might be demanding universal access to better, state-of-the-art facilities, rather than shying away from the test.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) just published its Interim Report on Colombia. It is an interesting read, revealing as much about the ICC itself as it does about Colombia.
Fighting back tears and playing out scenes in my head where I bravely tell my kids how "everything will be fine," I walked into the imaging lab, which days ago seemed so harmless and now felt ominous.
So what's to be done? The authors offer a simple solution to the problem of false-positive publication, including requirements