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The one-time front man for heavy metal band Black Sabbath has joined the likes of DNA co-discoverer James Watson and Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates on the short roster of people to have their full genome sequenced and analyzed.
"I was curious," he wrote in his column. "Given the swimming pools of booze I've guzzled over the years—not to mention all of the coc aine, morphine, sleeping pills, cough syrup, '___', Rohypnol…you name it—there's really no plausible medical reason why I should still be alive. Maybe my DNA could say why."