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Published on Apr 23, 2007
In this video you see interviews with some of the Yanomami people. They are asking back their blood taken in 1968 by Napoleon Chagnon and James Neel in an expedition to Venezuela and Brazil. The video aims to make those working with the Yanomami blood samples think about the rights of the indigenous people and the ethics in medical research while hearing from them that they do want the blood back.