Team Suspends Efforts to Identify Trade Center Victims A forensic team halts its efforts to identify victims' remains from the World Trade Center attacks. Dr. Robert Shaler, director of forensic biology at the New York City Medical Examiner's Office, discusses the limits of DNA testing. Remains of more than 1,000 victims have not been identified.
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Team Suspends Efforts to Identify Trade Center Victims

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Team Suspends Efforts to Identify Trade Center Victims

Team Suspends Efforts to Identify Trade Center Victims

Team Suspends Efforts to Identify Trade Center Victims

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A forensic team halts its efforts to identify victims' remains from the World Trade Center attacks. Dr. Robert Shaler, director of forensic biology at the New York City Medical Examiner's Office, discusses the limits of DNA testing. Remains of more than 1,000 victims have not been identified.