The Havasupai Indians in Arizona have ended a seven-year legal battle with Arizona State University researchers over blood samples that they said the researchers used for additional studies without their permission. The samples, which were intended for diabetes research, were later used for studies on schizophrenia, inbreeding and ancient population migration. As part of the settlement, the university will pay the 41 plaintiffs $700,000 and give back to the tribe the more than 200 blood samples.

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