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Nazneen Rahman works as a doctor and a researcher searching for genes that can cause cancer. Her work identifying genetic mutations has led to new more effective treatments being developed. Philosopher professor A.C. Grayling investigates the ethical considerations and the future of gene testing in front of an audience of students from Brazil, Ghana and the UK, who all put their questions to Nazneen.

Thanks to teachers and pupils of Aburi Girls Senior High School, Ghana, Colegio Bandeirantes, São Paulo, Brazil and from London, the City and Islington Sixth Form, Ibstock School, Hammersmith Academy, London Oratory School, Kingston Grammar School, Camden School for Girls, North London Collegiate School, Francis Holland School and Henrietta Barnet for taking part.

(Photo: Nazneen Rahman)

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