A national database to help identify missing persons and unidentified remains is more than a year away, but families and experts say that DNA is the missing piece of the puzzle that the initiative needs.
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The mother of a man who vanished more than 3 years ago is now harnessing her grief into something she believes can help her and other families in similar situations finally find peace: a DNA databank which would match the genetic information of missing persons with unidentified remains across the country.