Center for Human Identification featured on Canadian television network
Canadian Television’s W5 news segment recently investigated the need for a national DNA database in Canada. Sue Sgambati, CTV’s crime specialist, interviewed the Health Science Center’s Bruce Budowle, professor of Forensic and Investigative Genetics, about the missing persons "mass disaster." At any one time there are 7,000 people in Canada missing and approximately 600 unidentified human remains lie in morgues and cemeteries across the country.
The hour-long segment aired Saturday, Nov. 20. To see the four-part special, click here.